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I have a Betta fish question

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Iggystar, Jul 25, 2006.

  1. Iggystar

    Iggystar New Member

    Okay, i got a male betta and a female betta (they are seperated but can still see each other) and he hasn't done anything.. It's been 5 hours and he hasn't make a nest. How do i know when he is ready?
  2. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Here's a really great article on breeding bettas:


    Also, before you breed them, you should make sure you'll be able to find homes for the hundreds of baby bettas you could end up with. Don't just assume your LFS will be happy to take them. Many LFS's don't buy fish from individuals and even if they take some of them, they probably won't give you much money for them if anything at all. And one LFS probably won't be able to handle all the fry so you'll have to find multiple places to take them.

  3. Iggystar

    Iggystar New Member

    Thanks and yes i do have homes for them. Many of my friends are looking forward for a betta.
  4. LJ

    LJ New Member

    betta breeding results please

    i am interested to know what the outcome was, and how your betta are going. what kind of tank do you have?

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