BetterWithBettas - February 2020 Tank of the Month Winner!

Colin_T

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Nice tank but what a complete waste of space. At least put a pair of dwarf cichlids or some catfish/ loaches in it.

Put a picture on the back and add some floating plants.
Move the heaters down so they are closer to the bottom and the heat can rise up from the bottom instead of where it is.

And he isn't completely spoilt unless he has a girlfriend.
 
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Colin: I sent you a private message . Please read it.
 

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Elvis is a very lucky fellow, indeed!
Congratulations on your win for TOTM.
Can't wait to see some close-ups. :)
 

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We have a winner in Fishforums.net
February 2020
Tank of the Month Contest

We had 6 nice tanks entered in this month's TOTM contest but only one could win...

And the winner is.......................:band:

:hooray:
BetterWithBettas
Let's all congratulate her
:drinks:
Here is her tank and its description

My newest tank which to me is my dream tank for hands down my favorite fish: a betta!
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It is the new home for my plakat Elvis and 5 nerites.

Tank size: 4ft
Tabk inhabitants: 1 betta, 5 nerites
Age: 1 week old
Temp: 26 degrees Celsius
Equiptment: 2 internal filters, 2 heaters and 2 lights
Feeding: 2 pellets morning, frozen food at night (blood worms, brine shrimp or mosquito lavae)
Substrate: gravel and sand
Decorations: live plants and drift wood
Plants are great. What type lighting are you using
 

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Great tank, I love the plant selection. Have you added any root tabs etc to keep them going in the gravel? Best of luck.
 

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