Hello, I am new to this site, so this is my first posting! Here are my tanks. The first one belongs to Touchstone, my baby and the first fish I ever adopted. The second belongs to Prince, my niece's Betta, who I am taking care of for awhile. The last tank doesn't have a Betta in it yet, but I am planning on adding one before September. I just have to set up my backup tank in case he doesn't get along with his roommates!
I am glad you like them! :) The last one is a 10 gallon. Its already cycled, I have had it up since November. I don't know if you can see them, since some are hiding and the light is pretty bright, but I have one platy and four corydoras catfish in there. The only one I am worried about is my platy, Dalek. He bullied my other platies to death(I was away at the time), but seems to get along really well with the cories, so I don't know how he will react to a Betta. First sign of trouble I will take the Betta out and put him into a 5 gallon, so hopefully no one will get eaten! And I was planning on buying more plants, since the cories love to hide during the day.
Oh, I didnt see them! With bottom dwellers, you should be ok. Though, more cover really cant hurt. I <3 corries!
And omg, Nel! SOOO CUUTEE! I want him!
thank you Pew3. he did cost $115 considering all the tank equipement and the process to get him from Thailand. i dont ever regret spoiling him so much :). lol, too bad i got him first. lol, i did leave you the chance to take your white dragonscale home so we're even. if the fish was female it would be even better. though he's pretty damn close to the dream betta (1% off). tail type doesnt bother me much, its the colour and pattern. theres more pics and a youtube link in quick question thread.
Spectrum's tank. It's 2.5 gallons. The little orange "plant" is plastic, but it's fairly soft. I'd like to keep it in there, however, the betta is much much much more important than fake stuff and I'll remove the plant if people think it needs to be removed. The plant on the right is silk, although it still has some plastic components. There is one ghost shrimp in the tank (in the photo: just to the left of the orange plant) and so far, aside from being surprised by its sudden appearance, the betta seems to be tolerating its presence just fine.
I very much appreciate and welcome any and all suggestions. :]