Since my male betta, NeON, died, I hadn't put anything in the tnak that he had been in. I felt like it was the "tank of death" and it scared me. I finally gutted the courage to clean all the rocks really good, clean off the sides, wash the plants and all, then put my female in there instead of the little 2 gallon she was in. I just felt bad for her. I keep my room reasonably hot, 78 usually, so none of my tanks really need heaters. I waited a good amount of time after filling and de-chlorinating to add her. The filter was running smoothly and the water was calm. I released her into the 10 gallon, and she just wasnt acting like herself.
NeON, so far, has been the only one to not act odd. I had a tiger barb, whos bud got eaten, so I stuck him in there, he died...
thus, why I call it my tank of death..
Anyways, anything I can do to make them less odd?
She just hid behind the filter, cowering. Theres nothing scary. I even moved the plant that was in her tank into there. All the temp was consistant...
I was really wanting to have a girl betta tank!