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08-07-2016 12:27 PM
LittleMan This is great!!
Best of luck with the pair, cant wait to see their setups!
08-06-2016 11:31 PM
RussellTheShihTzu They're beautiful! Love those pouty lips.
08-06-2016 08:45 PM
Shiba Here's Pongo and Monet! They showed up on Thursday and have been in their QT tanks since :) Monet didn't have a ton of color when he showed up but it has been coming back! I love Pongo, he's so adorable! I can't wait to get these guys out of QT and into my 20G!
07-22-2016 11:20 AM
Anne713 Monet is a great name! Pongo is pretty cute too!


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07-22-2016 09:20 AM
LittleMan Awesome! Can't wait to see some pics!

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07-22-2016 08:58 AM
Shiba I've decided to go with the name Monet for rainbow betta 0: Just waiting for my transhipper to inform me when they're both here in the US! I bought a lot of stuff for Monet to rest on while he's in a temporary tank for a few weeks.
07-20-2016 08:02 PM
LittleMan
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Not a dumb question at all ^^ the sealant needs a dry area or it won't stick, you may also need a plastic clamp to to hold it in place for 24hours I use 1 inch tubes cut a couple inches long . They can also be half buried in the substrate for other places to hide
Cool, thanks for the info!

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07-20-2016 07:52 PM
MysticSky22301
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Might be a dumb question but can this method be used to in an existing set up tank? Or does the water have to be drained down?

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Not a dumb question at all ^^ the sealant needs a dry area or it won't stick, you may also need a plastic clamp to to hold it in place for 24hours I use 1 inch tubes cut a couple inches long . They can also be half buried in the substrate for other places to hide
07-20-2016 06:02 PM
LittleMan
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A decent sized PVC tube attached with aquarium sealant near the water line would work wonders for a resting spot you can cut them in half lengthwise too I hang them with thread and paper clips right now until I can find aquarium sealant my fish love them (make sure you sand them very very smooth )
Might be a dumb question but can this method be used to in an existing set up tank? Or does the water have to be drained down?

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07-20-2016 05:17 PM
KeshiaB A bit morbid but the rosetail reminds me of blood splatter! Maybe Dexter?

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