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Old 07-13-2013, 10:47 PM   #1 
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55 gallon betta tank

Ok so I have 2 bettas and I'm getting another 1 or 2 this week. My parents are letting me get a 55 gallon if I get rid of all small tanks. So I am going to make homemade breeder boxes that are huge that will go into the 55 gallon so that my bettas have tons of room to swim and stuff.

I will attach AQadvisor thingy. It says 6 bettas but I only want 4. Also in the 55 gallon part I will have a female sorority.

It's supposed to have 4 males and 9 females but its messed up :P
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Old 07-14-2013, 01:38 AM   #2 
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Are you asking a question, here?
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Old 07-14-2013, 03:11 AM   #3 
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Are you going to make like the net breeder boxes for them? I've always thought about doing something like that.

Keep a small tank or two just in case someone gets sick. Though with everyone is one tank if one gets sick it's more likely all of them will.
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I was asking for some ideas, but originally I planned to do net breeders,but nownimonly keeping 2 bettas in it so one male betta get the whole tank, and I'm using a tank divider to give the other one 1/4-1/8 of tank
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No more females then just the two boys?
I would just divide it down the middle if you do that and just put one school of tetras, five guppies, one snail and 3 shrimp on each side. Unless one of your boys just won't deal with tank mates.
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I'm sure you can figure something out and make one of the plastic canvas DIY dividers. It would be easy to add more if you get more fish in such a large tank. :) I figure you can divide it into 5-10 "cells" and they'll have a sufficient amount of space.
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Each boy is fine with ank mates, actually I have 3 now so I plan to make 2 smaller sections (10 gallons) and then 1 large section (35 gallons)
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