06-07-2014, 02:11 AM
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Herpderp, duh me! It is 31. I did that wrong, I'm sorry! LOL Nah you're fine with that and not over-stocked. Not sure how I messed that one up. x.x
Still, I would go with bottom dwellers and no more top/mid level swimmers since neons are active and like some space and you don't want to over burden your sweet betta, that can make them less sweet, yes even females.
If you have sand substrate or smooth, rounded rocks, kuhli loaches(eight to ten) or cories(6-8) would be a good option. Both are peaceful creatures that will get along with what you have and wont cause any issues, unless your betta picks on them. If she's real sweet and doesn't pester it'll be fine, those are peaceful and delicate fish who get on with whoever gets along with them. =)
You could do other fish if you want, but I personally wouldn't. That's me though. Peaceful tetras and rasboras that don't get too large would be ok. I think Harlequin Rasboras are of the more peaceful kind and I've heard of many who have them with betta. Cardinal tetras are peaceful, more so than neons though they look alike(they're a bit bigger than neons and their stripes go all the way instead of half way, they are otherwise identical).