I have four female bettas that are waiting to be put in the ten gallon tank. I just did a small water change because there was a small amount of ammonia present. All my females have been in quarintine for two weeks and they all look very healthy.
The only thing I am worried about is that two of them seem to like taunt and tease each other in their cups. The other two could care less. One more concern of mine is feeding. My dad has to feed them in the mornings (he has fish experience) but I am not sure how we should go about feeding them.
I am probably making this whole experience harder on me than it should be. I just don't want to come home one day to a betta shredded apart. They have all been living right next to each other for the last two weeks and I had a plastic plant in between every cup in order to create a small hiding place. I have them in a square formation so they can all see each other.
Any hints and tips on introducing all of them? I have been reading different things about how to introduce them. One thing says put the least agresseive on in first, wait 20 minutes, then put the 2nd least agressive one in, then so on. Another thing I read was to put them all in at once. I am getting so many different ways on putting them all in, it is making me wonder which one is the safest way.
-sigh- I make everything harder on myself than it should be.