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hey my mom was telling me about these orange minnow/danio type things that got along really good with bettas and i am getting a bigger tank tomorrow so plz reply with any ideas on wat type of fish it might be!!! thank u
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|Posted 03-Jan-2009 02:59|
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To start of with you will have to cycle the new tank first before you even think of putting fish into it.
As you have one tank set up already can I assume you know how to cycle a tank?
Personally I think Danios will be to fast for the Betta they prefer a quiet tank.
When I had the Betta in my 45lt tank I had Cardinal Tetras they get along extremely well. Cardinals will cost you more but they are worth the extra money as they are always a healthy and stronger fish.
I also had Khuli Loaches they are excellent food cleaners they can get into spots no other fish can
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|Posted 03-Jan-2009 04:09|
to cycle your tank you should purchase some test kit for atleast ammonia, and nitrite/nitrate.if u already have a tank up and running then u can add a little water from the tank to "kick "start the cycle with beneficial bacteria
|Posted 06-Jan-2009 03:38|
Maybe your thinking of orange glofish? I dont know how well they get along with bettas. Kieths probably right about them being to fast for the betta though. Google Orange glofish and see if you recognize the pictures. Hope that helped!
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|Posted 07-Jan-2009 01:12|
The girl's got crabs!
Could even be glolite tetras.
I've heard of glolite danios before, and apparently there are not dyed or GM, but I can't find the species anywhere, so perhaps it was a misunderstanding
|Posted 07-Jan-2009 07:46|
My thought for this is white cloud mountain minnows, although they might not exactly be actually orange...
Callatya, you're thinking Danio choprai. They are one of the most beautiful danios IMO, although Danio margaritatus is my favorite for now.
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|Posted 08-Jan-2009 10:13|
The girl's got crabs!
That is them! Ta shiggy
|Posted 08-Jan-2009 11:30|
I was thinking glofish as well, since they're technically danios. If so, they're no different from regular zebra danios as far as behaviour, they just look different. We just started carrying them at the store I work at, they're pretty cool little guys. They come in orange, green, and red (although I think it looks much more pink). Even better if you can get some type of black light over them.
|Posted 28-Aug-2009 19:21|
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