Detail: * 55 gal tank, houses 1 male Mountain Horn Dragon (Iggie), set up is 1/3 water, 2/3 land planted, with tons of logs and climbing spots across the top.
The water area is contained in (2) buried plastic containers, the larger container set up for filtration (using live plants), the smaller the pool area. *I constructed a water fall that flows down to the small container, over the edge to the larger and back up. The small container holds at least 2 gallons of water and I would say is 4-6 inches deep. Works pretty nifty if I say so myself :-)
Question: *Is there a fish that would live happy in the pond and not be a conflict with Iggie? *I have not seen Iggie ever use the pool, although that is not to say for sure he doesn't, cause Iggie only seems to move when no one is looking. *He could take a daily dip while we are out durning the day.
I thought of a betta, but not sure since he's carnavour too if Iggie does take a dip would he get nipped at? *Another problem I think is betta, being a jumper may end up in the dirt and dieing a painful death when noone is home. *Also I use distilled water in the pool, I suppose I could switch it over to tap, (sure would be cheaper) as it gets topped off about once a week, although one of the plants is a ping and I'm thinking of trying a sundew later if the ping hangs in there.
Well, just wondering if Iggie could get a tankmate of the water kind. *Not wanting a frog, but would like my hard work in the pool to be of use. *Iggie drinks from daily water spray, so I'm not worried he'll drink from the pool
Thanks for your thoughts