Photo #2 - My Newest Betta, Damien. He Arrived On 6/6/06 Aft...

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Photo Caption: My newest Betta, Damien. He arrived on 6/6/06 after being too violent and aggressive for breeding attempts. He's a crowntail. He lives in my 5 Gallon Hex tank with 2 red ramshorn snails.
freshwater fish - betta splendens - crown tail betta stocking in 7 gallons tank - This is Denton, he's another one of my CT Bettas. He likes to bite fingers. He lives in a 7 gallon Aqua One with 4 red ramshorn snails.
freshwater fish - betta splendens - crown tail betta stocking in 7 gallons tank - My newest Betta, Damien. He arrived on 6/6/06 after being too violent and aggressive for breeding attempts. He's a crowntail. He lives in my 5 Gallon Hex tank with 2 red ramshorn snails.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 4 tanks, 5 gallon hex, 7.5 gallon mirabello, 2x 7 gallon Aqua Ones
Advice: RESEARCH BEFORE BUYING!!
Fish Kept: 4x Bettas (2 CTs, 1 VT, 1 SD) 3x Otocinclus many Red Ramshorn Snails
Corals/Plants: mostly live plants, lots of different ones
Tank Size: 7 gallons
Quote: fish are friends not food
About Yourself: been keeping fish since August 2005, now addicted!

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