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  1. Reposted with new pics...

    Flickr is a little different to use then Photobucket. The code to use for posting photos isn't shown upfront, but it is there!

    When viewing the image you want to post, click on the button "All Sizes". Note: sometimes this is only viewable to the owner of the photo depending on their privacy settings.


    The "All Sizes" page shows up to 5 different resized images of your original image. (depending on what image size you uploaded) You click on the size you want to use. Keeping in mind not to post image sizes over 800 x 600 on the forums.


    Then below image you chose to use, at the very bottom of the page where you could almost miss it.. There is the lovely code you want :lol:

    "Grab this photo's URL" is the one you want.


    Copy it and then paste it into the post, remembering to put it inside the image tags.

    [img]  your url to image here [/img]

    And then there is no stopping you posting millions of photos of your Aquariums, Fish and other furbabies :(


    Personally i feed my spawns twice per day and by 5 weeks the tank is full and i do a small water change every 3 or 4 days. What are you feeding them now? By 5 weeks my guys have a variety of foods include grindals, finely chopped frozen bloodworms & mini pellets.

    Congratulations! You've done the hard yards, now you get to enjoy watching them colour up and grow out their fins :blush:

  3. There are so many conflicting reports of communal tanks out there that it's hard to decide what's right and what's not. What works for one may not work for another. I suggest doing a search here on AAQ, reading everything you can find and then decide if it's for you or not. Personally i have a tank with 5 female betta, 1 male betta, a mollie, a zebra danio and a bristlenose and they all get along famously. A lot depends on the temperment of your fish. I also have another tank with 3 females living in harmony together - there has never even been a single nipped fin in that tank.

  4. It's hard to put an age to a betta, so much depends on the conditions in which they were raised and on the individual fish. You girls look mature to me and i'd say they would have to be at least 5-6 months old, but that's only my opinion, though an inch is quite small for a fully mature girl.

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