Lennie Posted April 24 Share Posted April 24 (edited) Hey, I am considering to introduce either black roses or green jelly neocaridinas to my betta tank. I don't know the temperament of my betta as I've got him online. The tank is quite planted, gonna add shrimp tubes, has floating plants as well. Gonna add a cattappa leaf too. So, the question is, do you guys believe some shrimp colors like wilds, greens, blacks have more advantage to do well due to their camouflage skills in a planted tank, compared to more flashy colors like reds, yellows, blues ? I've kept my orange sakuras in a community tank with tetras, gourami and rams without any preying on the adults. But no clue about bettas color reactions as flashy fish tankmates are also not adviced. I've ordered 10 black roses and 10 green jellies. Any ideas if any of the two can do better in the betta tank? 10 will go to 10g endler/snail tub, and another 10 will go to the 10g betta tank. If stuff goes wrong, I have another two tanks running anyway, I can move them other tanks as a back up plan. Thanks for the help, Edited April 24 by Lennie 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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