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Old 07-23-2013, 07:46 AM   #541 
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Here is clown in his 2 gallon aquaeon evolve, at the end of the vid he goes to his "resting"/"stalking" spot his tank is on a shelf lamp about 18 inches from where I sit, he "rests" there and stares at me, when he wants to play he does the betta wiggle and flares at me, out of all my bettas he has the most personality, and he is a really aggressive fish he doesn't like room mates at all here is a link to the vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEvoD3MOW5Q
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Old 07-23-2013, 02:16 PM   #542 
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This is a great thread! Thanks for posting this! Lots of beautiful setups and happy Betta fish!
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Old 07-23-2013, 06:28 PM   #543 
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Water change day, and I decided to put Red in our unused one gallon. Poor man had been looking rather bored in the bowl. However, Mr. GrumpyGills decided to photobomb the whole operation. He does that when he's mad about water change day.

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First three are him exploring in the way of the camera. All the nooks and crannies. Last two are our game of hide and seek. He doesn't always like to lose. XD
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:41 PM   #544 
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I just love my two gallon fluval. I think its the perfect size, doesn't take a lot of extra room I don't have and is a breeze to clean
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Old 07-28-2013, 09:49 PM   #545 
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My fishies

Here is the 10 gallon sorority


Here are some of its inhabitants
-4 veiltail female bettas
-1 crowntail female betta
-3 guppies
-2 guppy fry
-ghost shrimp

























This is my new male betta Leo in his critter cage, he's so tiny he mkes a 1 gallon look giant.

The photo makes him look blue :(



This is my marle betta named sparky, yes he lives in a bowl see.









Here's sunny who lives in his 2.5 gallon





Here's inferno in his 3 gallon kritter cage, he shares it with a guppy fry and a snail


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Old 07-29-2013, 09:51 AM   #546 
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Very nice I liked having females with guppies... I had female guppies in with them, in a 29 gallon and they all got along... Think the guppies thought the bettas were guppies, and vice versa... Was really funny since some of them blended in o_O

I've got my nehew a 15 gallon long, because that way he can have other fish (only ones I SAY can be in there for educational purposes and fish safety, of course) with his Betta. Otherwise he was going to have the 2.5.
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Old 07-29-2013, 11:42 PM   #547 
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I love this thread! This is Bert's new 2 gallon tank.
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Old 07-30-2013, 07:42 AM   #548 
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I love this thread! This is Bert's new 2 gallon tank.
I've looked at the same tank you have. How do you find having a lid with no breathing/feeding holes? It's ok for a betta? How do you deal with no cut outs for cords? Do you just leave the lid raised a little? We're you able to have holes cut into the lid? I have one 2 gallon fluval spec and didn't want to spend the money for another. I thought yours would be perfect (20.00) but I'm Leary about the lid
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I had a cheap glass version of that. I flipped the lid so the "handle" propped it up a half inch. It was perfect lol. And avoided excited jumpers from getting out.
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I had a cheap glass version of that. I flipped the lid so the "handle" propped it up a half inch. It was perfect lol. And avoided excited jumpers from getting out.
Great idea. I've also thought about seeing if there's someone who can modify the lid but I'm thinking I would be defeating the purpose of low cost. I'll look at it again and see about your fix. Thanks
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