Monday, December 08, 2008

Breeding Betta Fish Types Of Betta

People tend to think of all Betta fish as the same but there are over 10 groups of Betta species and more than 42 individual kinds of Bettas. The importance of the little differences between these different Bettas are much more apparent when you try to breed your Betta fish. For example male "Bubblenesters" (which include Splendens, Bellica and Coccina) create a nest of bubbles to support the eggs and the males are more aggressive. Male "Mouthbrooders" get their name because they carry the eggs in their throat and are not as aggressive. More Betta Fish Breeding and Care Tips

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At 11:11 AM, Blogger pratishtha said...

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At 9:48 PM, Blogger Jack said...

Remove the female and take it back to the store, the pet store was very very very wrong and definitely should be corrected.

Males do not desire any kind of companionship and indeed are only with a female for a max of 48 hours when spawning, and after the deed is done, she will be chased and can be killed if she can't get away. If they're not conditioned for breeding and have just been bunged in together the male will only view her as an invader to his territory and will try and kill to take care of koi fish

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