-Female betta fish (or a small male*)
-Guppies (up to three (you will nead to aerate the water every few days for this kind of fish))
-Sea monkeys (aerating required here as well)
-Brine or ghost shrimp
-Small aquatic plants
-Small house plants
*The last two photos are of my male betta fish (Alpha) in this size fishbowl.
The first fish is my female betta Scarlett. She is currently the oldest betta I have (about two years old).
**The neat thing about these fishbulbs is that they are CUSTOMIZABLE to an extent.**
I use jar lids for the stand to keep the fishbulb upright. It just rests in there. If you would rather your bulb be at a different angle, you can easily change it! Just reposition the bulb and make sure the rocks are in the right place at the bottom of the bulb.
Now, I've very carefully and safely hollowed out these lightbulbs and washed them so that there are no shards of glass remaining that could be dangerous to a living creature. If you have any questions about a fish's safety, do not hesitate to contact me.
-Diameter: little over 13 1/2 cm *at the widest point*
-Height: more or less 16 centimeters *from the spiral screw to the bottom*
-Screw base opening: 1 1/2 centimeters diameter (inside measurement)
-HOLDS 32 ounces (1 quart) of water
IN THE BOX:
-Instructions on how to transfer creatures from the pet store to the fishbulb
-Proper cleaning directions
-5.2 ounces of aquarium gravel
-White jar lid
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Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.