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Old 08-03-2010, 06:49 PM   #1 
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Question Female in a 1 gallon?

IS a female okay in a Dragon's old 1 gallon? Or does it need a bigger space because it is female? Thanks.
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Old 08-03-2010, 10:54 PM   #2 
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She would be fine. Not ideal but just ok as long as you keep up with the water changes.
She will still need a heater.
I have a ct female in a 1gal and she's happy there.
But my female on the 2.5 seems even happier
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Old 08-04-2010, 07:06 PM   #4 
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I keep my females in 1 gallon containers.
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Cool. Are they in your albums?
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My girlie is in a 1 gallon tank. as well as a few of my males. they work well for space limitations, just gotta keep the water clean!

((I can't wait to upgrade some more to 2.5 behind the boyfriends back though... SHH! ;] ))
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It can work. But just because a female may be smaller than a male doesn't mean she has different size requirements. I would try to give females as much room as you give your males.
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It can work. But just because a female may be smaller than a male doesn't mean she has different size requirements. I would try to give females as much room as you give your males.
It's not that she needs less size requirements, but that's my vacant tank. She'll probably be upgrated (IF I get her) later.
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