12-27-2012, 11:56 PM
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When it comes down to it, you need to find tankmates that thrive in the same conditions as your Bettas (tropical temp, pH, hardness, and so on...), won't try to eat your Betta, are NOT know fin nippers (female or not, they can be a target), are not agressive or simi-agressive, and do not look like a Betta (and thus be subject to their agression). Also note that there are plenty of things that a Betta will try to eat, so know that tiny tankmates are a risk. Also, no matter what anyone tells you, don't add any kind of tetra. The Betta can attack them, but they are also known for attacking Bettas and your tank is too small for a large school that would buffer that. I had Neons and they really hurt my little man at one point Posted via Mobile Device
Last edited by Bluewind; 12-28-2012 at 12:01 AM..