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Old 09-18-2012, 05:00 PM   #11 
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the shirmp will never eat. ever pellet i drop in there he eats, the shrimp would eventually starve to death.

its ok. im sure he is happy having the whole thing to himself.

and the sand doesnt get dirty with just him in there.
Shrimp are pretty darn easy to keep, try a feeder block or heck, even some dried leaves from a beech or hickory tree. Least then the fish won't eat them out of the tank.
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beech or hickory tree? i dont think those are native to my area haha...

we have some emperor tetras at work, think those would work?
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beech or hickory tree? i dont think those are native to my area haha...

we have some emperor tetras at work, think those would work?
I keep one tetra and 2 guppies with my male bettas. Luckly, they aren't fin nippers and they are fast enough to get away from the bettas and otherwise, get along fine. I say as long as they get along with your betta go for it.
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