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Marineland Portrait Glass LED aquarium Kit, 5 Gallons, Hidden Filtration
SLEEK DESIGN: Rounded corners and clear glass canopy allow viewing from multiple angles.DAYLIGHT/MOONLIGHT LIGHTING: Bright white LEDs create a shimmering sunlight effect; blue LEDs produce a moonlit glow.EASY ACCESS: Hinged LED lighting and sliding glass canopy.SIZE: 5-gallon aquarium fits Marineland Rite-Size Z Filter Cartridges.HIDDEN FILTRATION: Advanced, 3-stage filtration is out of sight, enhancing aquarium viewing.
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u/iwrestledasharkonce · 15 pointsr/wholesomememes

A good local fish store, a place that specializes in aquariums, is a great ally to have. Related are local small pet stores (no dogs and cats) and local pet stores. The more specialized you go, generally the better you get. There are bad ones - the LSPS and LPS that are very accessible to me are awful. Sick fish in dirty water, dead fish drying up on the floor :'(

I mostly go to Petco because the good LFS is a one hour train ride for me. Mine is well managed: the fish are healthy, the plants are nice, and the department manager has a lot of experience. A chain store may be your best option, and if the fish seem healthy (the water is clean, minimal fin damage, no visible diseases) then go for it. Not all Petco are created the same.

Live plants: You can buy online (/r/aquaswap and /r/PlantedTank are two subreddits for this) or buy in-store. LFSs often have live plants. Petco sometimes has plants - buy the ones in the tanks, not the ones in the tubes. Petsmart only has tube plants, which have to go through an adaptation period after being submerged, and they may not survive that period. Awfully expensive on top of that! You can do a snail dip to clean up your plants before placing them in your tank.

As for tanks... whatever makes you happy. Betta prefer horizontal space to vertical space, but this seems to be a very popular tank on /r/bettafish. Buying tanks online can be a crapshoot; make sure that the price is competitive because often they'll jack it up to make up shipping costs for a large, heavy, fragile item. I suggest you look in person. I've been happy with this one but I would recommend going 5 or even 10 gallons if it's your first swing after you've been out for a while.

They have a betta care sheet at /r/bettafish, and if you search "tank recommendations" you'll turn up a whole slew of what's worked well for others :)

Good luck!

u/sarahkazz · 8 pointsr/Aquariums

Hey there!

Since space is a concern, I'd highly recommend starting with a fish who prefers to live alone. The humble betta fish is very hardy.

You could get away with a three gallon tank, but your fish would be much happier in something with 5 gallons. The 5 gallon cube tanks do not take up much space and would be perfect! There's actually some concern within the hobby that bowls may stress fish out because of the shape, so it's not just a size thing.

I would not count on an external radiator to keep your fish comfortable. a 25-50 watt heater isn't terribly expensive and would do a much better job of keeping it consistent. Fish are cold-blooded animals, and sudden swings in temperature that we might not even notice because our bodies regulate our temperature internally could be lethal to your finned friend.

So. I'd recommend starting with a 5 gallon aquarium This one is a little pricy but it comes with a light and a filter, so all you'd need is the heater and whatever you want to decorate the tank with. You will also need a good water conditioner. I like Seachem Prime.

Look up the nitrogen cycle. I would highly recommend cycling your tank before the fish goes in. If you do fish-out cycling, you could realistically get it done in about a month, especially if you use a substrate like Eco Earth.

Lastly, give your fish friend some places to hide. And plants! Easy live plants to keep are anubias and swords, and they will help keep your water tidy in between changes.

u/TheShadyMilkman206 · 7 pointsr/bettafish

Unfortunately aquariums are one of the only things that are generally more expensive on Amazon. Here are a few options that will be suitable for a betta with a few modifications:

u/movingWater · 7 pointsr/Aquariums

for an office aquarium i would suggest finding a 5 gallon tank of any shape you like. how about this one. then you can aquascape it in any manner you like. you can put killifish of your liking or a betta. or you can have a shrimp only aquarium with different colors of shrimp.

u/buckystar07 · 6 pointsr/bettafish

We recently got this 5 gallon tank for our betta. It’s portrait style so the footprint is smaller and doesn’t take up much space.

MarineLand 5 gallon aquarium

u/ashybb · 6 pointsr/bettafish

marineland portrait I got it on amazon for 50$ last year. It’s 77$ now, I believe petco has it on their website for cheaper

u/willy_p52 · 5 pointsr/Aquariums

It's not bad, but I would HIGHLY recommend that you get a larger aquarium, at least five gallons. For example. It is even on sale and comes with an overflow filter. A larger tank ensures that the betta will have enough space to swim and help you to maintain the tank as a larger volume of water is more forgiving in terms of water parameters. Also I would get different plants, this is because the ones that you listed are plastic and plastic plants will often have sharp edges that could damage the long fins of a betta. Instead get silk plants as they won't damage the fins. Also with the gravel you are getting, it is a very small amount, so either get more bags of it or go to your lfs, petco, petsmart or even walmart and see for yourself. Also the water conditioner you are planning to get is only 50mL which is really small, you might as well get a medium sized bottle instead of having to buy multiple small ones, save some $$. But otherwise everything is good.
Also, since this is your first aquarium, please do lots of research(if you already have then great). Especially look into "how to cycle your aquarium"
Sorry for writing so much lol.

u/Camallanus · 5 pointsr/bettafish

There's a Marineland 5g Portrait tank that will be on there at 3:19pm tomorrow:

Unfortunately, it's $47.59 normally and has apparently been marked up recently...

u/thebeesbook · 3 pointsr/bettafish

The filter I currently have is the Top Fin Silenstream 20 power filter. This is for a 20g tank.


The filter he will be moving to is part of this tank


Sorry but I don't see a name for the filter in that link.


u/deanwinchestear · 3 pointsr/Aquariums

i would suggest this one instead. It has TONS of great reviews & the light is apparently fantastic. Same price as the one you linked. I also like the glo fish one too, & i have a minibow but i got a different heater for it. None of these tanks contain a good heater though so i would recommend getting a hydor 25w adjustable one, i use them in my betta tanks. They are $15 i believe

u/fastcars_tastyfood · 3 pointsr/fishtank

This tank seems really good looking :)

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

u/melonmagellan · 3 pointsr/BeforeNAfterAdoption

Very nice of you to rescue him! Poor little guy. Not enough people care about fish. As you can see on my profile, I'm a betta person :D

He'd probably love a 5-gallon tank with a filter. This was my starter tank and I really liked it! Only $45 and has everything you need as goldfish don't require a heater.

u/as074n · 3 pointsr/bettafish

So I have the marine land 5 gallon portrait it's about the same foot prints as what you have just a little taller. I love it . Check it out this might work for u . Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter
Your tank is beautiful tho. I really want to upgrade to some live plants

u/Seekyr · 3 pointsr/shrimptank

Some people keep shrimp in small couple gallon bowls with success, judging by stuff I see on jarrarriums? The smaller the tank though the faster the water can go toxic. This portrait 5 gallon has been on sale for a while, it's what I'm using to make a shrimp tank. I haven't had success yet but that's another story... Cycling is hard x_x

As for plants, I've heard they love plants like Java moss, hornwort, and elodea, because the amount of surface area encourages the growth of biofilm and other things they eat especially as babies.

There are some commercial pellets out there, they can also eat some veggies. I hear that rotating different foods is best for them.

For water parameters, you just need to make sure there's enough calcium/minerals for them to molt properly.

This is all hearsay since I haven't had success yet but good luck!

u/smokedgoudadip · 3 pointsr/bettafish

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter says it’s 5 gallons but i think it’s closer to 3. comes with a light and filter, it’s really nice

u/FunkyAsianBoy · 3 pointsr/bettafish

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

My boyfriend and I have two of these, and they seem like the perfect tank for betta fish.

u/floodingthestreets · 3 pointsr/Aquariums

UNS now has lids

These TopFin 5 gallon kits include a lid.

Petco's Imagitarium rimless kits have lids.

Marineland Contour and Portrait kits come with lids.

u/jynnjynn · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

This one has a similar footprint, is glass (won't scratch as easy), looks nice, and is actually a functional aquarium. 2 more gallons of water too. The stock light isn't great for plants, but low light stuff does fine, or it can actually be replaced.

u/Urbanscuba · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

>Due to size constraints I think a 3 gallon aquarium is as high as I can go.

If the footprint is the problem look into a tall aquarium with a little more volume. The one I linked comes with filtration/lighting built in (as will most nano tanks that size) and all you need is a small heater for the back.

As for what to put into it, for your experience I would recommend shrimp as others have. They're fun to watch, rather hardy, and you'll get good feedback on water quality/quality of care based on their behavior. Once you get them to breed you can consider them well cared for.

Getting a low light plant or two will help you a lot in the long run in terms of water quality, plastic obviously are 0 care but they don't fulfill the plant's natural role in the ecosystem.

So yeah, buy an all in one nano tank and stock it with some hardy shrimp. The good looking shrimp are a bit more expensive, ghost shrimp are several for a dollar and good for learning. Get a low light plant.

If at all possible, find a local pet store and go ask the clerk questions, they'll help you find good plants. If you get a 5g you might be able to swing 3-5 neon tetra, but I'd recommend shrimp for your second (first earnest) try.

u/goldfish_poop · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

I would check around your local thrift stores, I recently found a Fluval Spec tucked away in a thrift store for ~20 dollars. Depending on how much you're trying to spend, Marineland makes this fairly sleek looking 5 gallon rimless. Looks like Topfin makes a knock-off Fluval Spec V. And this Petco's Imagitarium kit is pretty nice looking (had to Google it to find pictures of full setup).

u/Careless_Magnus · 2 pointsr/bettafish

If you do end up getting a marineland tank I'd pick up this one.
It looks nice, the filter works well, and Takumi seems to like it. The only issue is the lighting is a little subpar for plants.

u/Uppercasenumber · 2 pointsr/bettafish
u/ZiggidyZ · 2 pointsr/bettafish

You're welcome. This is the exact one, but I think I grabbed it on sale for about $50 from Amazon a little over a year ago.

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

Our son was gifted a Betta in a small plastic 0.5 gallon tank, and he was looking pretty bad. I got thid for him, got some black sand for the substrate which I LOVE, but it is a little bit of a pain when cleaning the tank, it can get everywhere. I pour new water with a large drink cup from a movie theater into the back filter chamber to prevent sand clouds. This is my favorite tank of the 3 we have, because it just looks really elegant and sleek. The LED has also kept Java Moss and an marimo moss ball alive for just about a year. I tried duckweed but it didn't live. I am goi g to try moving a small cutting of an Anubias to this tank too, we will see how it does.

u/TheKolbrin · 2 pointsr/gifs

It really depends on how big you want it. You could have a miniature scape similar to this with an all in one nano tank and diy the waterfall. Rocks can be collected in the wild. Driftwood can also be collected in the wild or you can find some really cheap online.

That tank and others like it have good enough lighting and filtration for low light moss and low light plants, a betta and a couple of aquatic frogs or miniature corydoras cats. Or a small school of neons.

Price is going to be dependent on the size of your setup.

Basic maintenance is a 10 to 20 percent water change once a week. Trimming the moss every couple of weeks with a pair of scissors. Feeding the fish daily. Wiping down the glass once a week (usually when you do the water changes).

I have never had a sand waterfall get algae because 'a rolling stone gathers no moss' and if you do it correctly - not overfeeding, only keeping lights on 5-6 hours a day and doing your partial water changes, you should have minimal algae problems anyway.

90% of the clogging or other issues I have seen were related to overfeeding fish or misconfiguring the sand waterfall.

The aquascape itself - if you study it - you can see how that sense of depth is created and how he used the rule of thirds in basic design.

u/sebeth204 · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

The Marineland Contour 5-Gallon!

I have the 3-gallon version for my betta. It's a solid beginner setup, but I replaced the light on mine pretty quickly for the sake of my plants.

u/CodenameMolotov · 2 pointsr/shrimptank

Thanks for the info. Does the shape of the tank matter (a shorter, wider tank would have more substrate surface area for example)?

How good is an all-in-one tank kit like this? Or would I be better off going to the pet store and buying parts individually to put together?

u/MusicInTime · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

I removed the back wall for the built in filter with a razor blade and got a cheap hang on back filter instead to add a bit of room to the tank, and added a second LED light.

u/evruess · 2 pointsr/bettafish

Oh my God, thank you for this wealth of info! I had been considering starting with a tank that came with a filter, after reading some reviews that had solutions to make them betta safe.

This one, for example: Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

I'm trying to read up some more on the specific filter that comes with this tank, does anything troubling stand out to you? I'm hesitant about going back to the aquarium store that allowed me to purchase a bowl with my betta in the first place.

u/fishobsession · 2 pointsr/bettafish

Hi there! So here's the thing: betta can be pretty f-ing hardy fish even in the worst of conditions. They should be in a 5 gal or more with a low flow filter and heater and lots of plants and hiding spots. Do that, they will be so happy and pretty and healthy.

But i grew up watching my mother care of our family betta fish. We had 3 over the years and each lived for 3 ish years all dying because my mother would drop something on them, drop them, or poison them on accident. And she kept these boys in a 1 gallon tank with 1 hide or plant. Plastic plants of course (when they had them). She would use tap water for their weekly water change. No filter. No heater. Water anywhere from 60-67°. Those betta were not very active or happy, but they lived (somehow) for 3 years.

To anyone thinking I'm justifying that type of care: I am not! They are so much more enjoyable when they are happy and healthy in a 5 gal with a filter and heater. That being said, OP I believe your boy will be ok, just keep an eye on him.

As for good tanks I highly recommend the 5 gal portrait tank. Its $70 on Amazon but comes with a filter and light. Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon

As for a heater I recommend one that has a temperature control so you can set it between 78-82°.

u/tjknudson · 1 pointr/bettafish

It is a taller 5 gallon tank (

I have never spent the money on a testing kit, but the temperature is right at 78F. It has about 4 different plants. There is no air stone, the bubbles are seemingly popping up overnight.

u/inexplorata · 1 pointr/Aquariums

I've had two bettas (separated) sharing a 5-gallon portrait tank while I've been trying to cycle a second identical tank. Several months in and several restarts later I'm having zero luck fishless cycling, despite having been successful in the first tank. I mean, the first tank is really doing well, apart from having two fish in it.

So I'm starting "fresh" (so to speak) in the new tank, completely replaced the water twice (Prime both rounds), next I'm trying a sponge filter; I've ordered a biologically active sponge and a small air pump, the idea being when both arrive I'll plop them in and have cycled media.

Other than the obvious API test kit tests, is there anything I should have to do before moving one of the bettas into his new tank? Should I continue running the powered filter while the sponge is going, too?

u/goodfengshui · 1 pointr/bettafish

Well, like you said, life is busy which is why appreciate your thoughtful replies. And is also why my own reply is so late!!

I just uploaded some new photos to an imgur help portray some of the things I might refer back to as I go through this post:

As I am typing this I see an earlier suggestion of yours that addresses one of my photo's subjects. So due to the fish-in cycling stress of the tank it's normal for Christopher to be chilling mainly on the filter intake...upside down (for me it's the 3rd pic down, and he's bit opaque)?? He seems to swim normally and happily whenever he feels like it, and easily removes himself from the filter. A google search shows it may be okay behavior. I mean, if he wants that, I am totally fine with it, but I know I need to somehow slow the current of the filter to avoid too much more stress. I'm concerned more about a small bit of redness on the bottom of Christopher's belly/bottom fin. Elsewhere he looks fine, just a bit of new redness at the fin's tip. By, the way, I have say thank you again. By the time I got to doing the salt bath I mentioned earlier, to me he looked like a fish that wasn't going to make it. I was already looking at how to treat the tank if the betta died in it. But he is back to his old self, energetic, so I am pretty grateful. There's not way of telling, but I really think he might not still be here if I hadn't read through that link.

Thanks for suggesting the Polyfill, as you can see, my second, half-assed attempt at baffling isn't too effective. But at least the water is directed only to the tank's center, and not all over, so there's to move around it all. My first attempt where I carefully cut up the sponge was useless. Maybe since the water's not going straight down, Christopher Lee suddenly likes resting on the intake?

The first pic might seem random, but it is another new tank I am trying to fishless cycle. It's a Merineland 5 gallon portrait tank: It's highly rated and the pump/filter(?) strength is adjustable. So the first pic is this filter on the slowest adjustment, but it still looks strong to me, especially since the tank is deeper and the fish would have to swim up a bit to eat and breath.

I don't believe the filter on the first (Walmart) tank is adjustable, but someone else set it up and got rid of the box and instructions immediately after, and I had no clue what I was doing yet.

And the Amano Shrimp sounds like a good place to start. I never looked into what I wanted as tank companions beyond the tetras, which are Dwarf Emerald. I was never much of a fan of Plecos. I knew what they looked like, but not their name. They likely would not have been my choice when I got to the point of adding more tank pals. I'll definitely be doing much more research and referring back to this advice when I get to point of adding more companions.

By the way, do you have any quick, general suggestions for possible tank mates for a five gallon tank with just a betta?

Sounds like I will have to start googling live plants as an eventual goal as I already have a lot of "playing around" to do. Can I ask one lazy (and maybe silly) question though? Can a tank have a mixture of live and fake plants? Is there more attention and effort in maintaining live plants? Ok...I think I'm starting to get into the google questions.

I did water changes on both of my tanks this morning, and the filter on my first tank, the Walmart one, suddenly seems to have stopped working. It could be the cords, but will this affect the fish a lot if it takes a day or two to get a new filter? Any suggestions on a decent one on the lower end of price ranges? The heater seems to be working and the tank is at a good temp.

I apologize for my lazy formatting, especially with how wordy this response is! I only have short patches of time here and there to try to write anything, so this is pretty much get any sort of reply I can get sent at all.

What is your lazy betta's name? And what is(are) your setup(s) like, what kind of communities? Pics are cool!

u/MCubb · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

Great! So I bought this tank:

And I'm using these filters:

But there's hardly anything inside these filters it seems. I'm guessing very little of the water actually touches the carbon inside. These are the filters that are made for that tank, but the tank's setup also has a biofoam spongy filter thing. Should I replace that with a bag of activated carbon? And if so, do you know what would fit?

Also, before my last water change, I opened the lid to the back section of the tank (where the pump is) and the surface of the water had like a nasty "oil slick" on it - of course not actually oil, but some sort of nasty bio something. Any thoughts on that/how to prevent it? The water in the back section looks very still and little turbulence, so I'm guessing the surface just sits back there and never cycles.

u/No-This-Is-Patar · 1 pointr/Aquariums

Oh I have plenty of equipment, that's not an issue :P

I actually did some more research and decided on this tank instead.

I'm also thinking about a bonsai tree planted set up instead to help utilize the extra vertical space. I plan on stocking this tank with CRS or black bumble bee shrimp.

u/demon8rix · 1 pointr/Aquariums

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

I love this one and have several lol.

u/persimmoncrane · 1 pointr/bettafish

Hey there! I want to stay posted on this situation. Everyone else who has replied to your post has exhausted their good advice, however, I wanted to just share this with you!

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

If you happen to have 10 square inches of surface to spare, this tank could be a great investment for you! It’s dimensions are 9.5x9.5x16.

Christmas is coming up. Maybe someone in the family could help chip in??

u/flizomica · 1 pointr/bettafish

The thing with the designer tanks is that they're overpriced in terms of functionality. You're really paying for the sleek design.

buceplant has rimless tanks if you want something a little nicer looking than the braced tanks from petco or whatever.

I have the marineland 5 gallon portrait which was only 60 bucks for me.

u/dumb_giraffe · 1 pointr/bettafish

There are lots of great desktop aquariums you could consider. I personally have this tank, and it takes up no space. There are some longer options that would be just as good (but my betta seems to not mind the vertical space).

u/shesellsseashells19 · 1 pointr/bettafish

Honestly, I'm still trying to figure it out. "The kit features Marineland 3-stage hidden filtration with a Rite-Size Z Cartridge and Marineland Bio-Foam (included in the kit), and includes an adjustable flow filter pump." So will any of these take out the good stuff from the IAL?

My exact tank is this:

u/MESOFRUFFEH · 1 pointr/bettafish

I got the Marineland 5 Gallon Portrait off of amazon, I love it. It's on sale right now for $41 and comes with everything you need except for a heater, thermometer (It *MIGHT* have come with a stick on the glass thermometer, I can't remember, but I don't think it did) and of course accessories like substrate/plants. I did have to remove the pump and turn the flow all the way down, as it comes cranked all the way up, and I made a baffle out of a water bottle to redirect the water flow a little so it doesn't blow him all over the tank. It's easy to play with the outflow and get it where you want it to be. It also has a little notch built in for your heater cord, which is nice, because there is not a lot of room to run cords thru where the covers are. The instructions say not to place the heater in the filter compartment, but I have read of many people doing it without issue, I haven't tried it because I'm scared lol, but it would definitely be more aesthetically pleasing that way. It is literally the perfect betta tank with a few modifications. I love the lid, everything fits nice and tight, no worrying about jumping out, or even snails escaping. If you have a cat that might be inclined to step on top of the lid... it's not going anywhere at all, so thats a big plus for some folks. The filter and pump is all tucked into a compartment in the back so you don't see any of it. Plenty of room to add more biological media. The light is adequate as well, very bright. I have seen videos of people modifying the filter set up, theres plenty of room in there to make modifications. Here is a video about the tank from Aquarium Co-Op on youtube. If i remember correctly he shows you the modifications he made to it. I really do love it, and my fish has been very happy in it!


If you decide to get plants... be careful buying them at the store. I spent way too much on plants at the store that weren't in the greatest condition (granted I was buying for a 40 gallon and a 10 gallon as well and you won't have to spend much to fill a 5 gallon), they were about the same price online, and arrived MUCH healthier than the ones in the store were. I ordered a low light bundle off of amazon and was pleased with it. I also find that by buying at the store, I have no idea what the hell I'm looking at/for because I am a noob. That is why I bought bundles of plants that someone else pre-picked to work in a low light tank lol. I have also shopped eBay, you can get buy 2 get 1 free on a lot of plants, and the sellers are incredibly helpful!! Here is a nano aquarium bundle on amazon, I don't think you could buy these in store for less than that price either! The description says " This is a live plant bundle for smaller/nano aquariums or betta tanks.The plants do not need any special fertilizers or CO2, just enough light from an aquarium lamp to thrive. All plants are smaller and none are taller than 6". The plants in this bundle includes a Rosette sword, Marimo Moss Ball, Cryptocoryne Parva, Lobelia Cardinalis, Micro-Swords, Anubias Nana. "


It is more expensive than gravel, but I would look into Fluval Stratum or the Seachem Black for your substrate if you do real plants. Someone with more experience please correct me if I am wrong on any of this!!


I hope that helped some, all just my opinion based on what I've experienced/learned thus far with my 5 gallon & plants. I am a noob to planted tanks, but I really wanted to get away from plastic plants since they can hurt fins. I am still learning, so I am sorry if I gave you any misinformation!

u/madmax300k · 1 pointr/Aquariums

oh of course. Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

u/Zeratas · 1 pointr/Aquariums

My fiance and I are looking to get a small tank for a table-top(big table attached to wall) placement in our kitchen.

We're not looking for anything larger than this. It'd go up against one of the walls.

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

How is this one in terms of quality and ease of care?

What sort of fish/aquatic animals should we expect to be able to safely care for in that kind of tank size?

Whoever lives there will be named...SHARKBAIT-OOO HAHA

u/Chroniklogic · 1 pointr/bettafish

Thank you! His name is Randy. I’ve had him about a year now. The light came with the tank which I bought on Amazon.

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

u/Xvidiagames · 1 pointr/ReefTank

Thanks for all the info! I will take all of that into consideration.
I talked to my LFS and he said that if I wanted to go real nano since im brand new at this I should get this and just get a goby and a shrimp. Maybe it would be a good idea for me to start out small like this? He quoted 100 for the tank and everything else I need besides fish. Im not worried about price, more just my lack of experience in salt water.

u/smilemorepleez · 1 pointr/bettafish

Check out the Marineland Portrait (5 gallon) on Amazon - full kit, only needs a heater. - $57.46 -



Indian Almond Leaves - $7.95

Marino Moss Balls - find the cheapest with the best reviews - $7.95 -

VitaChem - $9.12 -

Betta Hammock - $7.56 -

My betta's favorite hammock - $5.99 -

Seachem Ammonia Alert - $6.99 -

Pipettes - $6.19 -

Thermometer - $6.99 -

Tweezers/Scissors for plants - $11.39 -

Algae Scraper - $7.50 -

API Freshwater Testing Kit - $17.59 -


u/Omgtraceface · 1 pointr/bettafish

It may be due to the angle of the photo, here is the exact tank I have

u/cooli_n · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

surprising, Amazon!! It’s a Marineland Portrait 5 gallon kit. I love this tank. Here’s the link!

Marineland ML90609 Portrait Aquarium Kit, 5-Gallon w/ Hidden Filter

u/xoxohorses · 1 pointr/aquarium