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Discussion in 'Tropical Discussion' started by bettas, Dec 26, 2005.
i am allowed 35 quid to spend at a lfs what could i get
I got £20 in vouchers too....I too dont know what to get. My first betta and a tank for him maybe?
If you must spend it right away and the tank in your sig is your only tank, which is pretty near maxed at the moment I'd go for Tabbiespice's suggestion, a betta and tank, otherwise keep the money to put towards replacement fish later or new equipment for another tank if your going to go down the MTS road
ok i may do that
but i would need a heater too woulnt i
A tank big enough for appropriately sized schools of everything you currently have...
Get a 10 gallon kit or another 15 gallon tank and spilt the fish in the tank evenly between the 2 tanks.
i wouild but i dont think there £35
well save up your money then
you've been told for months now you're overstocked
i could there was one for £65
there you go
30£ can be saved up quite fast if you really want
Get a goldy pleco
Even an empty 30g is usually less than £35, and you can DIY a filter for a few quid extra.
My lfs sells 20 us gal/15imp gal tanks for £20 (24"x15"x12"). A tenner for a heater and a DIY filter till you can buy one down the line. sold.
Personally Im awaiting an extension being built to splash £50 on a 48"x18"x15". think i may drool a little when i get it. Though It'll probably be about £150 by the time i add my lighting system etc
thanks for the ideas guys ill think
Of course, the betta tank sounds good too.
What size should we look for for a betta tank? about 5 US gal?
I've got a local shop selling 12"x8"x8" for a tenner inc hood. but for £1 more I can get a 16"x8"x8"... though it obviously requires more room... but for a quid, i think its work it. would a simple air activated sponge filter be adaquate for one?