04-11-2013, 11:46 AM
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Originally Posted by thekoimaiden
Just totally realized I made a horrible typo. I meant "now the reason"... Just burned my right pointer finger horribly and having trouble typing...
But ya... I feed my shrimp culls to my bettas... so far none have survived. Anabantids are like shrimp-killing machines. I think your best bet is going to be removing the babies manually...
Haha, I actually skipped right over it, I got the gist of what you were saying though.
Probably, since I'll be keeping my fry control fish in another tank, that leaves me with more possibilities on what I can have so that works out for the best too. I must say I've had my eyes on some sparkling gourami lately
Originally Posted by DragonFyre14
I think feeding the fry to bettas would be a good idea. I don't know much about the scarlet badis but they are adorable and if they would eat the fry that might be an appealing option.
Scarlet Badis are nice, I had a male and a couple females awhile back, they were a bit too shy in my tank and super tiny so I dont know if they would actually be able to eat the fry unless it was just born.