Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:14 pm Post subject: Re: RED DRAGON - Skyhawk Halfmoon
Share some tank pics as I am keeping one CT and one half moon with me.
How is u keeping them? And feeding regime? Any tank mates?
Mine ones are in a 2ft x 1ft x1ft tanks, separated and having thin layer of white sand and few stones.
Water change 1/3 water change once in 2 weeks. No Filter and no heater (TVM is very hot). The 3rd compartment is empty and has some RCS and good betta is almost impossible to get in TVM.
Feeding: 3 tetrabits in the morning. 3 Dried Frozen blood worms in the evening. Sunday is fasting.
They flare very much and only issue was the separator was of glass so they used to flare looking each other in the beginning.
Now they got used to each other and occasionally flare. They can recognize me and my wife very well.
Keeping them for almost 2months now...there are few snails in the tank and few plants in the pots submerged in the tank.
A big thank you to Ratheesh for all his help and will try and post few good pics.
Just realized, my comments are not for hijacking your thread
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Posted: Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:57 pm Post subject: Re: RED DRAGON - Skyhawk Halfmoon
Hi all : Thanks for the appreciation :: FYI gave away this betta to a friend of mine from office (cant say no to a girl ryt??) ;)
This is what I do : for rosetails/big HMs i keep 1x6"x6"
all others in 6"x6"x6"
Some plakats in 2litre plastic bottles also
I always keep the in IAL water + rock salt and add a IAL leaf after water change, every 3 days i do a 100% water change
When i get lazy i just do a 50% water change from the bottom
Food : grindals, betta diet 2 of aquatic remedies, fruitfly larvae, optimum betta pellets, dried tubifex, dried bloodworms, mosquitoes
With bettas, the more varied diet you feed the better the growth.
Also, pls do not keep them side by side and let them flare whole day, it will lead to a lot of stress and fin rot for sure. make them flare 5-10 minutes a day only.
me not too touchy abt hijacking of threads, pls go ahead reply as mucha s possible, ask the silliest of doubts on bettas or feel free to spam..
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