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Old 05-18-2012, 06:56 AM   #1 
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Which one?

I've been toying around with lots of ideas lately. Here are a few...

20gallon keeping it as it is and putting 1 female/male in my new 10g alone maybe with some shrimp or a nerite snail.

Moving Ky to my 10g with the above tank mates and having a 4-5 female sorority tank with my tetras and cories in the 20g.

Leaving Ky where he is and having 1 male/female with 2 ADFs.

And one I am really unsure of so wanting to know if it could work, putting 4 females in my 10g and having a small sorority.

I am not about to rush out and get 5 females or anything yet, my lfs doesn't have any ADF's at the moment so that would be waiting anyway so what do you guys think..
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Old 05-18-2012, 07:52 PM   #2 
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If Ky is happy in the 20, it's probably kindest to leave him where he is. :) Personally, I'd go for a 5-6 gal sorority in the ten, but then, I can't go past a sorority. :p I am a bit biased.
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Old 05-18-2012, 08:45 PM   #3 
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i'm secretly plotting to make my 29 a sorority >:D

i agree with Bomba though. if Ky is happy leaving him there is a good idea. i'd go for a sorority, or heck even do something totally different, like gouramis instead of bettas. if you're set on bettas though, any of your ideas would work i think
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