KittenFishMom Posted February 8, 2022 Share Posted February 8, 2022 As I clean, plant, and cycle my tanks (because of leeches and the native fish leaving the house), I want to try to get the best match with the fish and tanks I have. I am planning a tank with a male betta I have and a few other fish/shrimp/snails that are better suited to be in a 10-gallon with a male betta. (10 gallon hex or 10-gallon rectangle tank?) I am planning a tank (most likely the 55) with the neon tetras, the corys, the flagfish, and the guppy community I have. In the near future, I plan on getting some more corys to make the school bigger and more comfortable. I’m debating getting more flagfish. I have one that should be in a school, but I also know they are known for nipping fins. In the distant future, I might want to move the community guppies into a 10-gallon tank, and get a true breeding guppy trio for the 55 -gallon tank. I don’t know how tricky it can be to remove all guppies and all their fry from a planted 55-gallon tank, so maybe I should not put them in the tank and keep them in a 10-gallon tank. Also, after being in a 55-gallon tank, the community might get too big for a 10-gallon tank. For tanks, I have two 12.5 inch high 10-gallon rectangle tank and an 18.5 inch high 10-gallon hex tank and a 21-inch high 55 tank. If I don't put the guppy community in the 55-tank, I might get a 20 long for them. All thoughts are welcome. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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