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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by saravel131, Dec 27, 2010.

  1. saravel131

    saravel131 Thread Starter New Member

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    I am new to this site. I have about 18 small fish in a 30 gallon tank. I have a female and male betta, zebra danios, red platys, mickey mouse platys, black and dalmatian mollys, algae eaters, and more I can't think of right now. lol
     
  2. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    Hello and welcome to THE EXOTIC FISH forum: our friendly & family oriented forum that focuses in on the proper care of wet pets.

    ;) We are glad that you have found us and can only hope that you make yourself feel right at home with the rest of us.

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    Ps. is this a new tank or established one?
    Reason asking is because zebra danios are nippy and likely to go after the fancy finnage of the male betta, and other various livebearers which will lead to stress and disease.

    AND more times than not a male and female betta housed together will show aggression towards one another if their isn't enough space/hiding places to get away from one another.

    The livebearers are fine together :) (you'll soon be overrun with babies if this is a planted tank or has hiding spots in place)
     
  3. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    Welcome welcome !
     
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