dont ask me why i didnt sign up here earlier lol. caus' i do not know...
had betta for quite a while now. started with a royal blue veil tale and after that a red veil tail. now the collection has def grown a little bit lol. after the 2 males i said id try a female and see what they are like. this is the girl i started my current stock with; a blue veil tail with vbrant colors
then, 2 more got added. a young cambodian and an orange. unsure of tail types but im guessing veil tails
my old female is in the middle and a cory in the background.
then to the males; "ghost", my white/opaque/blue/pink/all-colours-of-the-rainbow-and-cant-decide delta....(super delta?) he's a very cheely chap. always up front saying hi. he's at rest here, and when he flares he adds another few degress to his amazing tail. his ventrils need to grow a lil, they are a lil crinkled
then we have this new lad... he's refusing his food, lurking in the corners and loosing his color. very worried bout him. doesnt say hi etc etc... i hope he'll make it caus he is a smashing guy. he's red/pink/purple with green rays and white outline on his fins. but like i said, he is not a happy camper...
and here's my beauty! draco! he is one amazing fella! so many fins he can hardly swim lol
a lovely lively chap. very cheeky and alert. his hobby is stare contests with the cory lol. ill get more pics of him soon. my camera is all outta' batteries
this is the current tank setup;
draco's crib; pink lid, 32L tank with light, surface filter and 300w heater.
he has a cory there to accompany him
still need to get a decoration... i keep pushing it caus im broke lol.
the girls are in the rectangular clear seal tank next to draco. tis' a 28L tank with filter and 100w heater. they have lots of decorations in their home incl live plants. they have a cory with them 8)
the 2 other boys are each in 10L tanks with 50w heaters and surface filters.
they also need some deco.... and 2 cory's to eat the dropped food. im so lazy...
all tanks have lighting and backgrounds and are set to 24-25 degrees celcius.