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My pet betta Arthur, posing for the camera.
You're welcome. :)
Thank you so much for all your help if l need further information l will ask you.
I would say don't risk it. I never wanted to even when I had male and female bettas because I didn't want them to kill each other, which from what I can tell from stuff from breeders is very likely.
Thanks! My friend has a huge male betta. I'm worried when they do the mating embrace he would kill her. He is also really territorial. Do you think it is a good idea? (my female is also 2 years old)
I've never done it myself, but I did some research a few years back. It seems like you need really large tanks for attempted breeding, so that the male and female don't kill each other. Also, you have to remove the females after they lay the eggs so they don't eat them. The males will put the eggs in their bubble nests... it's really fascinating, and there are a lot of online resources if you do a search. :)
Have you ever bred Bettas? Because l could use some tips.
I've had quite a few bettas, I like the female ones too, they can be really beautiful. :)
Cool, I have a female
Yep, his fins are just laying down because he's in a relaxed state.
Is that a male?
Lat: 40.36, Long: -105.56
Spotted on Aug 18, 2012 Submitted on Aug 19, 2012