Betta Fish Community Tank Talk: Betta and German Blue Ram

Hi, I recently added 2 German Blue Rams to my community tank. Some people say Betta and German Blue ram are not compatible, but watch this video, you will understand actually Betta can be housed with German Blue Ram in the same tank. Thanks.

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Hi, I recently added 2 German Blue Rams to my community tank. Some people say Betta and German Blue ram are not compatible, but watch this video, you will understand actually Betta can be housed with German Blue Ram in the same tank. Thanks.

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Nayan Mistry
Nayan Mistry - 2 years ago
Nice tank. I am currently setting my 40 gallon tank, hoping to add GBR to my community which incidentally also has a betta fish in. How are you finding the two species cohabiting..any issues? By the way I am loving the wood arch thing you got going on, where did you get it from. Thanks
Bobby-Jo Tuita
Bobby-Jo Tuita - 2 years ago
My crown betta is the most peaceful chilled fish in my entire tank lol The lady at the aquarium store where I got him told me they are not normally aggressive towards other fish only other bettas. I don’t know if it’s true or not but it seems he couldn’t care less about other fish he shows more interest in humans than his tank mates. He follows us if we come close hoping for a treat. They’re pretty cute.
DUB.REXY21
DUB.REXY21 - 2 years ago
Still have any tropical fish??
tyler eisnor
tyler eisnor - 2 years ago
What are the small black fish called
Adan Alvarado
Adan Alvarado - 3 years ago
What size tank is that?
Cesar Lopez
Cesar Lopez - 3 years ago
How many gallons is that
Alex Uong
Alex Uong - 3 years ago
hey bro where'd did you get your stone hiding spot thing ?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 3 years ago
I got it from Petco
kchrist85
kchrist85 - 3 years ago
Bettas go after other fish that look and act like them (Other Bettas, Guppies, Gouramis, etc.). German rams don't really fit that profile, so yes, bettas are unlikely to go after them. Also, most bettas would be too slow to catch German rams anyway (especially like the one in the video with extra long fins from breeding), so no big deal there either. The German Rams may eventually go after the betta as they get older, more confident in the tank, and especially when that pair of Rams starts breeding...that is where they get really aggressive. The schooling fish and catfish will probably be fine as they are very different and non-threatening. However, the betta may resemble enough of a colorful cichlid to the rams for them to eventually go after him when they establish a nest. But yeah, toss in guppies, gouramis, or possibly a flowy-finned gold fish in there, and the betta will most likely go after any of those.
Something Fishy Juno
Something Fishy Juno - 3 years ago
that's the same with my betta. I didn't want him to be alone so I got him tetra tank mates.

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Something Fishy Juno
Something Fishy Juno - 3 years ago
how are they doing?
Harry Wiseman
Harry Wiseman - 3 years ago
Thank you for posting your video, and giving follow up information in the comments. If it is of any interest to you, Betta is pronounced "bet-tah", cichlids is "sick-lids", pleco is "pleck-oh", oto cats are "oh-toe" color loss is "lawse" not loose. I was mispronouncing some of those words for years until I met other aquarists face to face and learned the error of my ways.
SubaruFanatic
SubaruFanatic - 3 years ago
Dude that filter is strong ass fuck
bookcomplex
bookcomplex - 3 years ago
your rams are developing ich u can see a white dot on the fin
Rencie Woolsey
Rencie Woolsey - 3 years ago
Osa, screw the negative comments. This looks like a great tank. I'm looking to set up a community tank for my betta, too. You've given me some great ideas, as well (thank you so much). I can tell you want your fish to be healthy and happy!
kk
kk - 3 years ago
He's struggling, you can see him hiding from the current.
SCARFACE 2000
SCARFACE 2000 - 3 years ago
JUST WATCHED THIS VIDEO AND IS VERY NICE ALL THE FISH GETTING ALONG.. BUT OF COURSE NO ONE HERE TOUCHED THE MAIN TOPIC. YES THE CURRENT IS A BIT MUCH FOR THE BETTA.. BUT WANNA KNOW WHY YOU DON'T HAVE ISSUES WITH THE RAMS FIGHTING OTHER FISH OR FIGHTING WITH THE BETTA?.. THE RAMS YOU HAVE ARE A PAIR SECOND THEY ARE PAIRED OFF AS WELL. MEANING THEIR AGGRESSION IS LESS INVOLVED ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE ANOTHER RAM OF THE SAME SPECIES. TRY PUTTING ANOTHER RAM AND YOU WILL SEE WHAT HAPPENS! ALSO BETTA HAS HIS OWN HOME TO HIDE IN WHICH IS ANOTHER THING THAT HELP SINCE THE RAMS HAVE A SIDE THEIR DEFENDING! I LOVE BOTH FISHES RAMS AND BETTAS! OVER ALL BUDDY, GOOD JOB!
Golden State Warriors Fan
Golden State Warriors Fan - 3 years ago
is it safe to put a betta in a commuity tank
Ana Martinez
Ana Martinez - 3 years ago
are those you betta fish babies
Michael Piccirillo
Michael Piccirillo - 3 years ago
How often do you wash your fish or allow them to take showers? Are they allowed to be let outside when it's raining for fresh air? Do you take them to the local LFS to check out new stuff for the tank? Do you take your to your local fresh water ponds in the summer months to be able to get great exercise that no tank smaller than 100 gallons can provide it? Things that make you go Hmmmm LOL

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Jack Bello
Jack Bello - 3 years ago
Dude your filter is too strong. He will start fin nipping if you don't control the current.
Jonathan Richards
Jonathan Richards - 4 years ago
Hey I first watched this video over a year ago and I gotta tell you man your voice is very calming and peaceful. I originally watched this video cause I wanted to start my own betta community. Well I did that and now my betta is in a huge 75 with tons of different fish. I come back to this video when Im mellowing out;] Just so calming.
Something Fishy Juno
Something Fishy Juno - 3 years ago
Jonathan Richards wow that is a huge tank for a betta. your betta is so lucky.
munish gowda
munish gowda - 4 years ago
what size is this particular tank and dimensions plz
Rainbow Mustachio
Rainbow Mustachio - 4 years ago
I Only Have The Rubber-Like Plants In My Fish Tank.
Nick V
Nick V - 4 years ago
Too, too, too much current for a Betta. They are not good swimmers and like calmer water. He's getting blown around pretty good in your tank. You have to find a way to cut down that current.
jesus rodriguez
jesus rodriguez - 4 years ago
i'm going to kidnap your beta
 fish and put it in the sex trade.
Hunting Wolf
Hunting Wolf - 4 years ago
Way too much current for a betta. They can be (somewhat) community fish, but the water has to be calm, almost still. Which doesn't lend to good gas/oxygen transfer, etc..
Darth Raider
Darth Raider - 4 years ago
What size is your tanks
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
23G, now 55G
jake roach
jake roach - 4 years ago
Hopefully when the plants grow more the drift won't be so hard on the beta
Brookey Saugat
Brookey Saugat - 4 years ago
hey bro can i put betta, cichlid and cordy cat fish together in a same tank????
jesus rodriguez
jesus rodriguez - 4 years ago
+Harry Meister
they conquer all north, east, south and west sail across cast oceans and pillage crab monastaries and rape women in towns yonder the sea shore their only one true desire is to die in battle along his brethren and stay their final days in val-reefsvin.
kaiden 20
kaiden 20 - 4 years ago
+jesus rodriguez JRod, just gotta say I found your comment hilarious. I gotta say thou, with that size of a tank and the fact that they live in separate parts of the aquarium, I think it works out.
jesus rodriguez
jesus rodriguez - 4 years ago
cichlids are born from the ancient warrior race the ahk' thunai and will destroy any and all opponents in their path they seek glory and violence, bloodshed is power to the cichlid.
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
betta and cory cats yes, cichlid and cory cat yes. but all 3 together you need to be careful. not all betta can be housed with cichlid. cichlid are more brutal than betta, they may attach betta.

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Lovebetta
Lovebetta - 4 years ago
I have beta and his swims and eat a lot with my guppies and tetras . He's happy with my other fish but when he wants to sleep or rest he will go between my plants. They are in 10 g , they are 7 all in there with shrimp and snail, they never fight, in 2 days or so they will move in 32g. With more plants and bogwood.
Al Pepitone
Al Pepitone - 4 years ago
Time to change the battery in the smoke detector.
Oktay Veznedar
Oktay Veznedar - 4 years ago
this tank is so wrong for betta.
Lynne Bass
Lynne Bass - 4 years ago
+Joey Combs
You have to have some current or you would have a dirty gross tank, but they need a buffer for the current
A betta being with other fish is perfectly happy and fine as long as it is the right types and big enough tank
Hunting Wolf
Hunting Wolf - 4 years ago
Whether aggressive or not, they aren't "happier" with more fish. Oh they LOVE to hunt fry, so in that they would be perfectly happy with guppies having babies all the time. But aggressiveness with bettas, often, get them killed in community tanks. You either have to worry about a betta getting it's fins ripped to shreds and miserable, or if aggressive worry about other fish. And it isn't even a case of aggressive, or non aggressive, they WILL NOT be happy with any current in the water. One reason he is non aggressive in this tank, cause the poor bastard can barely SWIM!
Lynne Bass
Lynne Bass - 4 years ago
+Oktay Veznedar
No they dont. Some are agressive and some are not.
Oktay Veznedar
Oktay Veznedar - 4 years ago
so much dirft, water flow. it must be placidnd bettas like to be lonely.
Jade French
Jade French - 4 years ago
why?
PANDAPANDA PANDA
PANDAPANDA PANDA - 4 years ago
nice dude!
i have 2 holland rams and a dumbo elephant in my tank, they're working well together too
cram1nblaze
cram1nblaze - 4 years ago
6:35 NOW KISS
Tracy Hilton
Tracy Hilton - 4 years ago
your rams are both male.
Lolita Cooksley
Lolita Cooksley - 4 years ago
I have kept fish for 40 years. Been keeping marines exclusively for the last 15 years and have come back to temperate and tropicals only to find that apparently now all fish have gone psychopathic and can't be kept with anything! I don't know when fish became so hell bent on murder but if you were to believe what you read these days Bettas want to kill everything with any colour and goldfish have gone mad. What a load of BS. I had bettas and tetras and dwarf cichlids together or decades with no issues. I don't know why suddenly people are saying you can't keep bettas and rams together but considering they generally are both reasonably peaceful and generally reside at opposite ends of the tank ie bettas usually stay on top and rams at the bottom why would there be an issue? Well done for the tank etc looks good but I do agree with others on here your poor betta is being tortured by the water flow hence why he is trying to hide in the caves. The big fins are a problem in tanks with strong flow I would try and see if you can at least redirect your flow so that part of the tank is getting less get rid of the circulation pump you don't need such strong flow in a tropical tank and maybe try putting on a spray bar n your return or house your betta elsewhere.
Bobby-Jo Tuita
Bobby-Jo Tuita - 2 years ago
Snowy Wolfgirl I was actually recommended a crown betta as a peaceful fish by my store so long as there are no other bettas in my tank. So far he is the most peaceful little dude I have ever met. My two male guppies who were tank mates in the store however now hate each other’s guts and seem determined to see who can bite who’s tail off first. I think my crown betta is the favourite fish I’ve ever had. I like him more than my gourami’s lol
Snowy Wolfgirl
Snowy Wolfgirl - 2 years ago
Lolita Cooksley I get a lot of shit from other fish keepers because I have a community tank in my 23 gallon with bettas.
Ginny
Ginny - 4 years ago
Very Cool video...love your driftwood and caves in this, also love the plants you chose and your unique yet compatible tank mates are very interesting =)!
grettz1
grettz1 - 4 years ago
Osa Itatsu -- I hate to tell you this but those 2 rams are males. If you visit the many sites on youtube that feature rams, you'll see the drastic differences between the males and females.
stargirl12387
stargirl12387 - 4 years ago
Hey FYI change your fire alarm battery. That's what the beeping is, stay safe! Great video too btw
Yen Xion
Yen Xion - 3 years ago
xD
Ginny
Ginny - 4 years ago
+stargirl12387 I know..right :D!!
Ginny
Ginny - 4 years ago
+stargirl12387 LOL... I just told my husband that we needed a new battery change in ours... Now I realize it's on this video and not in our home (beeping) Ughh ... I Feel silly now =/
JR Galore
JR Galore - 4 years ago
What type of schooling fish/tetras are those?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+JR Galore black empire tetras
missykim
missykim - 4 years ago
Awe, look at that little fishy, hidin' in the rock 1:53 ! So cute! That Betta is very beautiful! Your tank is lovely as well.
Omar Gonzalez
Omar Gonzalez - 4 years ago
the betta is a very peaceful fish avoid high current or the fin of your betta will rip off
#Stephen Tube
#Stephen Tube - 4 years ago
add some keywhole cichlids the r beast
Cherie
Cherie - 4 years ago
I have bettas with blue rams in two tanks and they do great together.
Ubaldo Otero
Ubaldo Otero - 4 years ago
how big is your tank
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Ubaldo Otero it was 23G, but now they are in 55G.
Coolnicknameguy
Coolnicknameguy - 4 years ago
I found putting the betta in 1st will make them claim the tank and attack invaders, but if you put the betta in last he will share space with the fish that where there 1st
Coolnicknameguy
Coolnicknameguy - 4 years ago
mine died.. turned out the cherry barb had a parasite that he spread to her :(  I forgot the name but its the one where you see red spikes sticking out the ass.. I was sad, she stopped eating and about 2 weeks after the cherry barb died she died too.. I should have known better then to put a random fish in my tank.. I should have quarantined the cherry and I woulda noticed it had worms sticking out its ass and my beautiful ram would still be alive.. :( face to palm
Jack smith
Jack smith - 4 years ago
+Coolnicknameguy Thanks both of you, although my tank is only 15 gallons im running an eheim classic 250 canister filter so water quality is good. I have driftwood and lots of live plants in the tank now. So hopefully it will go well. Whats a good temperature to keep the water at? ive heard tetras don't like anything above 80f and rams like 78f or above so is 78f a good temp? :P
Coolnicknameguy
Coolnicknameguy - 4 years ago
+Jack smith I got a blue ram  alone in a 6.6gallon. She is happy, begs for food like a dog dancing around every time she sees me,  I keep hearing the water must be 7ph but mine comes out the tap at 9 and she is still just fine.. what I found and someone else explained too is that they are supper picky about water quality! so no ammonia, no nitrite and no nitrate.. so that being said keep German blue rams in cycled tanks that you do 30% water change every 72 hours or its not the fish for you. Mine is a messy eater and likes hew water clean so yeah Im doing 30% water changes every 3 days, hence why shes in my 6.6gallon and not my 20 or 40 gallon, its easier to swop 1 or 2 gallons then 5 to 10 gallons every 3 days. Hope that helps, I have only had this one shes my first but I have had her going on 3 months now. She will however pick on other fish during feeding to the point my cherry barb died in a cave of starvation hiding from her. I couldn't put him in my other tank cause there's 6 cherry barbs twice his size they woulda killed him for sure, that tank is like gladiator arena, never get 6 male cherry barbs, they are not a schooling fish like everyone thinks they don't like one another and do nothing but fight all day every day! I could calm this with ugly ass female cherry barbs but who wants ugly fish taking up space fucking and making more fish to take up space. I suggest 2 or 3 cherries at the most
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Jack smith german blue rams are not the easiest to take care as compare to platies and neons from my experience. i've heard many rams die after 1 week or so if they cannot adopt to new water parameters or if they are too stressed etc. but if your tank has room for swim, and live plants to cover them if they become shy, it will help to reduce their stress (they like to stay at the bottom of the tank) and because you introduce them to your aquarium make sure the water is fully cycled and clean, as rams are more sensitive to the change of temperature or status in water than tetras, and other common fish. lastly, i would recommend to get them in pairs, 1 male 1 female (best). from my experience, rams will be fine just by itself in a tank as long as there are other fish in the aquarium, but if only one ram is in the tank, its color will likely to fate-out in a few days. to bring the best of their color it is recommended to have at least a pair. if you are afraid of having fry or aggression when you have a male and a female, than 2 female is fine (never 2 female 1 male or 2 male 1 female). but honestly i wouldn't worry about having a male and a female, because it is not that easy for blue rams to breed, the right atmosphere and condition needs to be met first, then since your tank is 15G, and has other fish in it, there wouldn't be much room for them to lay their eggs without worrying that other fish will end up eating them. even if a few survived and became fry, those fry will most likely be eaten before you noticed. as to aggression in blue ram, from my experience, they are usually peaceful, they should not have any issues with platies and neons at all.
Jack smith
Jack smith - 4 years ago
+David Fitzmaurice Are german blue rams difficult to look after? I have a 15 gallon with 6 neons. Im going to be getting 2 female platies tomorrow, then hopefully 1 ram or a pair of rams. Do you know if they are alright alone or is a pair the way to go? I just dont want to deal with fry or agression.
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Coolnicknameguy i totally agree with you!
Scott Kelly
Scott Kelly - 4 years ago
stunning as well.
Scott Kelly
Scott Kelly - 4 years ago
You could do with changing your fire alarm batters , as i have just checked mine thanks, thinking that mine were pipping...
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Scott Kelly sorry, i know it is annoying, of course i now changed it :)
james brown
james brown - 4 years ago
Change the smoke alarm battery

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Gregory Marrero
Gregory Marrero - 5 years ago
1:36 lol
Lucy Cunnold
Lucy Cunnold - 5 years ago
What are the fish at 2:57? They are very beautiful!
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Lucy Cunnold they are called Juli cats
Cobalt
Cobalt - 5 years ago
How do you keep your sand so white and where did you get that wood from?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 4 years ago
+Cobalt i clean the sand every week with those vacuum they use for fish tank, also i have juli cats and pleco to clean the bottom area. i recommend the cats but not the plecos unless use have large tank for them or once you done with them you have place to relocate them or trade them for other fish. pleco is great to clean the tank bottom as well as the glasses, but they can get pretty big and their waste is an other problem. but juli cats or any other cats such as panda cats or green cats they are amazing!
wyzemann
wyzemann - 4 years ago
Corydoras scavenge the substrate and notice the Rams sifting through it also. Remember to always invest in quality bottom feeders.
Infinity Fish
Infinity Fish - 5 years ago
Nice tank!
Aaron Hitower
Aaron Hitower - 5 years ago
You have money for all those fish but can't afford a single 9-volt battery for your smoke alarm?  How can you even talk for 12 minutes with that beeping?!!    You and your fishies are going to burn up in a fire when your sleeping.  The nocturnal glass cats will try to warn you but you can't hear them crying out for help:  "It burns us"...   And Bettas hate fire.  It makes them really angry because its so bright and colorful.  CHANGE YOUR BATTERY
Michael Piccirillo
Michael Piccirillo - 3 years ago
Many fish psychologist suggest to use a "White Noise" such as a quiet fire alarm beep sounds to simulate the fishes mother's heartbeat. Keeps the fish calm & disease free states for much longer.

Plus it'll take 20-45 minutes before a firetruck is dispatch to the home location to apply truck loads of water to extinguish the any flames. The fish already are in water, they know the real deal. They'll be safe while the owners have a 50/50 shot at being able to swim another day :) LOL
Jappiepai
Jappiepai - 5 years ago
All of your fishies are so happy! You care for them wonderfully!
adrien daigle
adrien daigle - 5 years ago
Love the tank! Where did you get your blue rams? They're such pretty fish but I'm scared to buy any because I hear they are often sold sick and die easily. How has your luck been?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 5 years ago
Hi blue ram are very difficult to keep, I got from a local aquarium store that has been around my area for many years and the place is highly rated by fish hobbies. My male died in June, I think they are kinda of hard to keep for long, but It is my first time owning a pair of Rams, my female is still alive so I guess maybe the male was stressed?
MAGGIE MAY
MAGGIE MAY - 5 years ago
"fishes" is actually correct when talking about more that one kind of fish within the tank.

if a tank only has guppies in it you'd say "he has many fish in his tank." but if he has a community tank with more than one particular kind of fish it's ok to say "he has many fishes in his tank."
Fishing_ The _ 10 Thousand
Fishing_ The _ 10 Thousand - 5 years ago
You should really tank out that power head. See how it blows him around? Bettas hate water flow
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 5 years ago
no, he is doing fine with others, but my betta is getting old and cannot compete for food, so i decided to move him to a smaller tank so i can take better care of him
Matthew Maneri
Matthew Maneri - 5 years ago
+Osa Itatsu why? aggression?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 5 years ago
+zachary kittle Hi, i already removed the betta to a 10 gallon :)
vckXD
vckXD - 5 years ago
How big is the tank?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 5 years ago
+vckXD i call it a 20G, but the actual size is 23G.
mmarieden
mmarieden - 5 years ago
I have neon tetras in my tank with my betta, and their colors don't cause my betta to attack them. He ignores them because I think it has more to do with long flowing fins than colors. I made a video of their interaction, if you want to check it out. 
Jonathan Richards
Jonathan Richards - 5 years ago
+mmarieden you think that a shiny fish body is fine if their fins are plain?
Osa Itatsu
Osa Itatsu - 5 years ago
i checked out your video, your betta is lovely and i enjoyed your video! i have had my betta in a 13 gallon tank with neon tetras and golden pristina tetras before, he was doing fine with the tetras, i think each betta has his own personality, some are just cool like that!

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