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B8tta’s 34L Tropical Tank
« on: December 29, 2017, 10:25:31 am »
Contains:
One Super Delta Betta (yet to be named - feel free to share suggestions!)

Two Red Spotted Snails (Speedy and Gonzales [not the most imaginative I know])

One baby snail (no idea what kind hatches from a plant I bought)

Will keep you up to date on what I do in the tank so any issues can be identified and prevented. Thanks a million
2 Map Turtles (Rex and Archelon)
1 Musk Turtle (George)
1 Convict Cyclid (Skittles)
1 Platy
1 Golden Barb
1 Bristelnose Pleco (Titan
1 Yellow Rabbit Snail
1 Australian Blue Crayfish (possibly) (Ninja)

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    Re: B8tta’s 34L Tropical Tank
    « Reply #1 on: December 29, 2017, 10:32:29 am »
    29 Dec - My Betta and snails are doing fine. Some of you may know I had a problem with the surface of the water being oily - cleaned out my filter good and proper which strengthened the flow and has broken up the oily scum. Bought some frozen daphnia yesterday - will my Betta eat it? Is there a special way to introduce it into his diet. His current routine is:
    Day 1 - pellets
    Day 2 - flake
    Day 3 - pellets
    Day 4 - flake
    Day 5 - no food
    Day 6 - pellets
    Day 7 - bloodworm

    Can anyone give me any advice on how many times a day I should feed him the things I’m giving him?
    2 Map Turtles (Rex and Archelon)
    1 Musk Turtle (George)
    1 Convict Cyclid (Skittles)
    1 Platy
    1 Golden Barb
    1 Bristelnose Pleco (Titan
    1 Yellow Rabbit Snail
    1 Australian Blue Crayfish (possibly) (Ninja)

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    Re: B8tta’s 34L Tropical Tank
    « Reply #2 on: December 29, 2017, 11:22:36 am »
    Once a day for feeding.
    Watch flake with the digestive system.
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