Betta Fish Care Guides & Tips

The tank setup is the first part of basic Siamese fighting fish care. You want to make sure that you get a decently sized tank for these fish, around at least 5 gallons, or 20 liters. You should have a filter, a heater, and varied decorations. When it comes to decorations, do make sure that they are not hard or[…]

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BRINE SHRIMP HATCHERY

Hatch Fresh Baby Brine Shrimp Twice a Day This brine shrimp hatchery consists of a rack made from 1×6 pine, three bubblers and 3 empty rum bottles (1.75 liter) with the bottom cut off and the cap screwed on tight. The bottles sit on a shelf with the bottleneck inserted through a retaining hole in the shelf. Disposable bowl covers[…]

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HOW TO DECAPSULATE BRINE SHRIMP EGGS

What – De-capsulation Brine Shrimp Eggs have a hard outer shell, a cyst. This protects the dormant embryo in the wild. Dissolving the hard shell with a caustic solution is called de-capsulation. Why – healther fry / save time / save money When BBS eggs are hatched, you get un-hatched eggs sinking to the bottom, hatched eggshells floating to the[…]

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My Betta Fish Bunkhouse

My Betta Bunkhouse consists of 4 rain gutters with leaf guards each one 10’0” long. Each row holds 27 bunks (beanie baby boxes), each box holds 1/3 gallon of water. There is a 5th row above the bunkhouse for isolation of fish that I do not want to house in the bunks. The water flows clockwise. Starting in the sump[…]

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