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Old 12-28-2009, 09:46 AM   #11 
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so you dont plan on breeding till later in the year then? I can post some pics of my setup! i have made my spare bed room in my apartment a fish room with several tanks and soon to be a betta barracks
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so you dont plan on breeding till later in the year then? I can post some pics of my setup! i have made my spare bed room in my apartment a fish room with several tanks and soon to be a betta barracks
That would be great!! Thanks :)
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For those fo you who have no idea what a betta bungalow is it looks like this:
Haha that would be me! I feel stupid asking this question but: I see the picture, but what is it? Thanks
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Old 12-28-2009, 02:07 PM   #14 
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Haha that would be me! I feel stupid asking this question but: I see the picture, but what is it? Thanks
It's plastic canvas, I'm not sure exactly how to make them (so if you guys do that would be great :P). For more inf on the bungalows go here:

http://bettatalk.com/the_fishroom.htm .
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i cant see the picture right now on my work pc, but when you say betta bungalow do you mean like a betta barracks? i will post my setup when i get home as i have to drip to pipck up my girlfriend from the airport, so i wont be home till later but i will make time to post them.
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i cant see the picture right now on my work pc, but when you say betta bungalow do you mean like a betta barracks? i will post my setup when i get home as i have to drip to pipck up my girlfriend from the airport, so i wont be home till later but i will make time to post them.
No not like barracks. Thy're basicly a cube of plastic canvas with several compartments and you hang it in your tank. Each male will have his own compartment. I am gonna make these and I might make a small drip system (since I have a little metal shelf so I can probably put about 20 jars for my drip system).
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Old 12-28-2009, 02:27 PM   #17 
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okay i get it! so how it works waste falls below and get sucked up usually through a canaster filter and they canvas allows water movement so all the bettas get fresh water
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okay i get it! so how it works waste falls below and get sucked up usually through a canaster filter and they canvas allows water movement so all the bettas get fresh water
Exactly. Plus I'll have the females swimming freely so they can go up and flirt with the males through the canvas.
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Old 12-28-2009, 04:06 PM   #19 
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how big is your tank. The females from the same family or different?
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how big is your tank. The females from the same family or different?
30 gallon but I'm gonna put them in other grow out tanks. The females will be sisters. I'm buying 6 grow outs so I'll have some wiggle room plus a 20 gallon tub with a filter for holding water for water changes.
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