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Old 01-03-2014, 10:46 PM   #10571 
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Here is my boy Poseidon in the Fluval Spec V.
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:48 PM   #10572 
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Here is my boy Poseidon in the Fluval Spec V.
Very nice! It appears that you created two worlds in one, I couple long plants in the works would finish it. Great job! Is that a 55gl tank?
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:20 PM   #10573 
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This is my betas bowl he likes that bowl!

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Even in a warm climate, betta fish are much happier with a heater that keeps the temperature at a consistent level. Any room in just about any location will fluctuate in temperature, causing less immunity and worse health than a fish with a heater to stabilize the temperature.
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:55 PM   #10574 
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My kids bettas

Here is my daughter's betta, "Lava" who was living in a 1gal. bowl only, water changed once a week. Upgrade, with filter and NOW a heater.






This was my son but now a family fish, "Blue" was in a 1gal. bowl as well, with an uprade and NOW a heater. I may change that nozzle into a long down tube perhaps, he either likes playing against it or finds it annoying.

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Old 01-05-2014, 03:38 AM   #10575 
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My betta sushi in his 5 gal tank.
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:56 AM   #10576 
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My betta Teddy's latest setup. Experimented with live plants but I found that, at least for now, I prefer the simplicity of silk plants. He likes his place I think.
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Old 01-05-2014, 03:13 PM   #10577 
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My betta Teddy's latest setup. Experimented with live plants but I found that, at least for now, I prefer the simplicity of silk plants. He likes his place I think.
you have the same exact tank as I do for one of my bettas. Question for you, what is that thing you have in the far corner where the nozzle is located? I'm not sure if my fish likes the pressure of that, even at the lowest setting on the pump, it still creates current no matter where you aim it at. I'm thinking of adding a homemade tube to alleviate that single pressure coming out. It also happens to be in the same area for the feeding hole.
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Old 01-05-2014, 11:38 PM   #10578 
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my update on my tanks. =) my new 1 gallon on the top left that has a girl name Perch. top right is Anchovy, bottom right is Sardine and bottom left is Tuna.
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Old 01-06-2014, 12:21 AM   #10579 
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Here is my boy Poseidon in the Fluval Spec V.
I liked the multiple "levels" looks real sleek and simple bravo!
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you have the same exact tank as I do for one of my bettas. Question for you, what is that thing you have in the far corner where the nozzle is located? I'm not sure if my fish likes the pressure of that, even at the lowest setting on the pump, it still creates current no matter where you aim it at. I'm thinking of adding a homemade tube to alleviate that single pressure coming out. It also happens to be in the same area for the feeding hole.

Not sure what you mean, it's just the nozzle there, my thermometer is on the other side but that's it. I've had two bettas in this tank, and neither have really minded the pressure. I aim mine as far up as possible, so it only really agitates the surface directly, so he can still swim around the nozzle without it pushing him. You can always get one of those fluval edge sponges to stick on there, I know a couple people have done that, it's a bit big but it does the job.
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