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Old 09-23-2009, 07:01 PM   #51 
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and normaly people put them in a vace with marbles and water. So it should be okey for my fish tank. Yes, I did wash it off befor I put it in.

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Old 09-23-2009, 07:03 PM   #52 
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Do you think I should get a Panda or Red Cherry shrimp when I get one?
How big would the tank need to be just to hold the shrimp?

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Old 09-23-2009, 07:30 PM   #53 
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5green has 2 snails in a tank thats less then 1g and her fish are just fine.
please leave me out of this

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Old 09-23-2009, 07:41 PM   #54 
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and maybe you might have a 1.5 gallon but gravel with plants and everything leaves there less space for the fish for example if you have a two gallon with decorations and rocks you might actually have a one gallon not to be mean but think about the shrimp =)
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Honestly you should stop asking questions, your not taking any advice AT all. If you want to know the answer to any question you have regarding this ordeal, please refer to the very first page of posts. The place where everyone said your tank is TO SMALL for any other inhabitants. Bettas dont mind being alone, he will be much happier without any annoyance or other crap rummaging around in his territory. I was going to do this whole shrimp ordeal and after reading and asking i decided it wasnt the greatest idea. Good luck.
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Loppy, if you want info, just google it.
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Old 09-24-2009, 08:25 AM   #57 
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The only snails you can add for a 1.5 to 2 gallon tank are ramshorns, MTS or pond snails. Bettas would love to feast on ramshorns and pond snails though so it may or may not work. And as for shrimps, I'd forget the shrimps. Shrimps molt. At this stage, they become very vulnerable to attacks. Your betta certainly will not resist an opportunity to attack them.
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I asked how large the tank needs to be for JUST the shrimp not the shrimp and betta!

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please leave me out of this
ok I will. =) sory

I don't like goggle.

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I asked how large the tank needs to be for JUST the shrimp not the shrimp and betta!



ok I will. =) sory

I don't like goggle.
i agree
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i agree
to what part?
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