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mash_worth 06-17-2007 03:48 PM

A Little help required pls...
 
Hi guys i'm new here and thought i'd start buy asking for a little help.

I've just upgraded my tank as I realised it really wasn't suited to my fish, they now love the bigger tank with more room.

anyway I just wondered if anyone had any ideas with what to do with my old tank, it's an Elite 21L http://www.maidenheadaquatics.co.uk/...s/21purple.jpg

i was thinking i'd put it to good use by learning how to handle a planted tank, as i havn't taken the leap in my main tank yet, and this seems perfect for this use, and if it works out well i can use it as a nano tank.

anyway if anyone has any ideas or has done something similar i'd love to hear.

leifthebunny 06-17-2007 06:07 PM

Do you know what kind of lighting is in the tank? If you're unsure, I would stick with low light plants such as cryptocorns. I'm partial to spiralis and wendtii/lutea for low light plants.

mHeinitz57 06-18-2007 09:29 AM

you could do that, otherwise its a nice betta tank. :-)

leifthebunny 06-18-2007 10:35 AM

Both of my betta tanks are planted. I think they prefer it. :)

mHeinitz57 06-18-2007 10:55 AM

yeah I used to have a small eclipse tank with biowheel filter and heater in it and live plants. Kept a betta in there with a small cory, dwarf frog and a white cloud minnow...betta loved it!

mash_worth 06-18-2007 06:38 PM

Thanks for the suggestions guys, at the minute it is a plain tank i salvaged pretty much everything out of it, so i'll start fresh, i like the idea of a betta tank i'll have a look around for some planting ideas and see what i come up with

i'll keep you updated on how it goes

thanks again


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