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Discussion in 'Tropical Discussion' started by bettas, Dec 26, 2005.

  1. bettas

    bettas Moved On

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    i am allowed 35 quid to spend at a lfs what could i get
     
  2. Tabbiespice

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    I got £20 in vouchers too....I too dont know what to get. My first betta and a tank for him maybe?
     
  3. Katchan

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    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
     
  4. bettas

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    ok i may do that

    but i would need a heater too woulnt i
     
  5. OohFeeshy

    OohFeeshy It's only forever; not long at all...

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    A tank big enough for appropriately sized schools of everything you currently have...
     
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    Get a 10 gallon kit or another 15 gallon tank and spilt the fish in the tank evenly between the 2 tanks.
     
  7. bettas

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    i wouild but i dont think there £35
     
  8. yvez9

    yvez9 you don't know JACK FISH

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    well save up your money then
    you've been told for months now you're overstocked
     
  9. bettas

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    i could there was one for £65
     
  10. yvez9

    yvez9 you don't know JACK FISH

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    there you go
    30£ can be saved up quite fast if you really want
     
  11. Animation

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    Get a goldy pleco :D
     
  12. OohFeeshy

    OohFeeshy It's only forever; not long at all...

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    Even an empty 30g is usually less than £35, and you can DIY a filter for a few quid extra.
     
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    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
     
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    thanks for the ideas guys ill think
     
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    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?
     

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