Blue, lone male Betta, continues to do well in his new tank. He’s been in his tank, (5US Gallon Fluval tank) for 8 weeks now. I do 20-40% water change every 2-3 days. The water consistently tests at 0.25-0.5 NH3, 0 NH2 and 0 NH3. I’m guessing the tank hasn’t cycled yet. I keep hoping.
All in all it’s going well and Blue seems happy and comfortable!
Hope all is well with you and all the species you care for! 🤗
I Could be over feeding Blue. Part of it could be that I think he doesn’t find the food I give him. I feed him bug bites. It seems he eats maybe three or four before they all sink to the bottom. I don’t know if he finds the at the bottom if he is still hungry.
I have been entertaining the idea of getting some daphnia cultures to grow his food. I’ve been researching how to grow them. Seems easy enough. Any thoughts?
As always the information sharing is much appreciated.
I hope you and your aquarium creatures are doing well. Blue, male betta fish, is doing well. He’s been in his new tank since july2nd. No nitrites or nitrates yet but the ammonia is consistently less than .25 ppm.
I was doing a water change today and when I was done I noticed these teeny, tiny wormlike creatures swimming in the water. They were looking for something to grab onto, like a plant stem. At that point, they sort of disappeared. And now there is no sign of them.
Any idea what these are? Are they harmful? Or just some naturally occurring organism? Can they hurt Blue?
As always thank you for your knowledge and support.