my 29 gallon fish tank, planted ready for my wild bettas.

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my 29 gallon fish tank, planted ready for my wild bettas.

Post by [MODERATOR]SD_Bettas on Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:38 pm

29 Gallon SeaClear Acrylic Fish Tank, with 7 OTTO Sucker fishes. and with 2 corner PVC pipes, with 5 x black pvc pipes for housing the suckers or fish caves. all live aquarium plants. with 2 driftwoods. *NOTE* the goldfish is to condition the water for the plants until i get my FiSHES IN!

Running on a DIY HOME MADE micro filter and also on a FLUVAL 205 Canister filter. Homemade DIY Co2 system. This will be the home for the incoming juvies macrostomas + the 7 OTTOs and that's it.






THE OTTO SUCKERS!
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Post by Longest on Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:13 am

nice and clean.
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Post by Leafy Greens on Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:28 am

Nice
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Post by [MODERATOR]SD_Bettas on Tue Feb 19, 2013 9:55 am

thanks guys, its my 1st live planted tank. i think im starting to like planted tanks =)
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Post by Leafy Greens on Tue Feb 19, 2013 1:40 pm

some bettas prefer planted tanks right? i.e. mouth brooders? so you can always get your planted tank down and then introduce the fish later... thats probably your plan right. i like the look of it. i wish i had the place to put more fish in my apt. lol
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Post by [MODERATOR]SD_Bettas on Tue Feb 19, 2013 5:35 pm

Admin wrote:some bettas prefer planted tanks right? i.e. mouth brooders? so you can always get your planted tank down and then introduce the fish later... thats probably your plan right. i like the look of it. i wish i had the place to put more fish in my apt. lol

planted tank are good for the mouth brooders who needs oxygens from the water itself. now, regular bettas are air breather. so yeah. but always, nothing wrong with planted tanks.
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