Goldie Blue Posted February 4 Share Posted February 4 I am in the midst of a cycle crash in my 20 gallon long tank my axolotl has been in. It's time for her to get an upgrade anyway, so I picked up a 40g for her today. I am wanting to combine both my bettas into her old 20 gallon, and ordered a solid blackout divider today. The kit comes with two sponge filters, and I am wondering if anyone else here runs a setup like this? I am generally not the biggest fan of sponge filters, but they seem to be a fan fav of betta keepers. Goldie Blue has been through a LOT, as some of you know, he lost his whole tail due to fin rot and stress, so I want to make sure this is absolutely the right move for him. He has been doing great in his current tank, and while I am fearful of adding stress to him, condensing the amount of tanks I have would be wonderful lol. I'd be going from 4 tanks down to 3 with this move. I guess my main question is what kind of filtration do you run with divided tanks, and what tips might you have for me? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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