This is just a quick look at my current fish rack set-up. At the moment I have nine tanks in total dedicated to my wild bettas (there is another tank housing a pair of Betta burdigala out of shot), with two empty tanks that should be getting some stock in them over the next couple of weeks.
On the bottom shelf are two 65L tanks. One houses my main group of Betta burdigala, while the other houses my pair of Betta unimaculata. The smaller tank on the far right, houses four sub-adult Betta burdigala out of my pair from Hermanus. They contracted velvet in the past, and this is why they are housed separately from the main group.
On the second shelf I have a 20L tank housing my Betta stiktos pair and their fry. They were supposed to go into a tank twice this size, but they spawned before I had the opportunity to move them. I am hoping to pick up a pair of Betta hendra for one of the empty tanks, while the other I am looking at filling with either Betta coccina or Betta brownorum. The last tank on this shelf houses males that do not have a female to go with. While they all co-habitate quite peacefully, I hope one day I can find them companions of their own species.
The top shelf has three 40L tanks, which house three different species of wild. The first, is my group of Betta persephone. Unfortunately, this was the biggest tank I had on hand when I moved them out of their previous one. In the future I want to put them into something larger as the males can be quite territorial. The tank beside this, houses my group of Betta sp. cf. rutilans green. I plan on separating a pair out of this tank once I have more space as a group environment is not conductive to spawning. Finally, I have my Betta uberis pair. I would love to house all my breeding pairs in tanks of this size, but sadly don't have the room either now, or in the foreseeable future.
Mine is only a modest set-up, dictated as it is by space restrictions and a tight budget. However, as I always like to have a gander at everyone else's fish rooms, I figure I might as well post some updated pictures of mine.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.