Can a female betta be introduced to the male during conditioning?
No. If you were to house a male and female betta together it would result in fighting, if not death. The only exception is when breeding the fish, which requires a few weeks of conditioning beforehand. Even then, the fish are still at risk for injury.
When a female Betta is introduced to a male Betta one of two things will happen. The male will build a bubble nest and try to spawn the female and during the courting time he will drive off any other occupants of the tank and kill them if they can not escape (hide successfully). He does this in order to protect his prospective young. If she fails to spawn he will drive her off and… Read More
Betta breeding can be difficult. It takes a lot of time and effort to successfully breed and raise the spawns. Before breeding you must do months of reasearch. Without proper conditioning the bettas will only fight instead of spawn.
yes they can have babies, and the male betta has to make the nest for the female. yes they can have babies, and the male betta has to make the nest for the female.
When the fish can display properly he is capable of breeding. Once he starts blowing bubbles and nest building he is ready to be introduced to a female.
No the female betta has to have a male to have babies.
Female beta is a murderer.
This is a female Betta fish.
The male Betta fights with other male Betta and the female don't
No. One will kill the other. Fancy Betta splendens are territorial towards one another regardless of sex. To breed them takes weeks of conditioning and controlled introductions before they're released into the same tank, and even then it can horribly wrong!
Yes as long as its a female betta they will be fine
The male betta always has longer fins. It is more colorful and prettier. The female betta is not so pretty with dull fins.
From a female Betta. Then the male Betta fertilizes them when they breed together.
Your betta fish is a female if she has smaller fins than an average male.
If they are not too old and the female is ready, then they will mate.
yes, female Betta fish do flare their gills usually at a male
Why did my female betta or what I think is my female betta made a bubble nest when I moved her from my community tank to her own tank do I have a female betta or a short fin male?
If you would like to know what gender your betta is, look for the egg spot. (for females) It should be a small white cloud between the head and body. If your betta has one, it's a female. If your betta doesn't have one, it's a male.
You can buy a female betta at any pet store that sells betta; the females are the ones with very short fins.
Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.
it depends i have a male with a female betta, in a 2.5 gallon tank,they get along, i wouldnt risk it, no
the female betta fish are released from a vent while a male embraces her
The female betta fish has vagina lips on its anus.
Male Bettas can live with female Betta fish except when they have laid eggs. Male Betta fish should not be placed in the same aquarium as another male Betta.
A male Betta will only tolerate a female in with him during the courting and spawning process. Once this (spawning) is over he will kill her if she is left in with him.
Under normal circumstances the female Betta looks and is smaller than the male in both body and finage.
Male betta fish are really colorful and generally larger. Female betta fish are clear colored and small. Male betta fish are probably the easiest to find as well.
Np, but they will bite. Yes, they will fight to the death.
Excluding the Caudal fin the average female Betta will grow to around 2 inches.
No, the male betta makes the bubble nest the female gives the eggs.
betta fry are not born .they hatch from eggs laid by the female which the male fertilizes.
well,usally the male kills the female after mating but if the female is strong enough she will kill the male
A male Betta fish frame is longer than a females. Female betta fish are often rounder than males. When a female is ready to breed, she will grow horizontal stripes along their abdomen. Male (and masculine female) Betta fish build bubble nests in the tank. And in Betta Splendens, male fins are longer then females. I hope I helped.😁
It is courtship but be careful during the mating the male will kill the female then the male will make a bubble nest. When the babies hatch be shure to separate the babies or they will eat each other hope this helps
the female betta fish gets along with the male betta because sometimes even both fishes may fight until one is dead.
the male betta is fighting the female because he doesnt like her or she is to young or old or she is not ready to have kids so therefore he wants to kill her. GET HER OUT THERE!!!!!
i think you should let the female betta take care of its own eggs
She breeds with a male Betta Fish.
How come when you got a female Betta and you put it in with a male Betta and the female Betta hid in a plant what does that mean?
The male will try to spawn with her. If she is not in breeding condition she needs to hide to stay alive.
A female Betta can only lay her eggs when she is cuddled/embraced under a bubble nest by the male Betta. She can not lay eggs by herself.
A male betta fish will flare to show off his brightly colored fins to a female. This can cause her to have an interest in him.
The bright colored betta is the male. The males have to be pretty to attract the female. That means the light colored betta is the female.
Does a male Betta fish live longer than a female Betta fish or do they have about the same lifespan?
male and female have about the same lifespan
A female Betta splendens will usually lay anywhere from 50 to 1,000 eggs.
No because if a male betta is not atracked to the female they will try to reserve there territory
The female Betta does not take care of the eggs. She doesn't because she will eat them and she has no interest for them.The father Betta protects and cleans the eggs until they have hatched.
He is hoping she will breed with him. If she fails to he will kill her.
Ur betta is ready to breed
To get her to mate.
If you leave her with the male and she doesn't spawn he will probably end up killing her. She needs to be fed up well and in breeding condition before she is introduced to the male.
Either he is flaring to show off to the female, or he doesn't see the female as a good mate and is trying to chase her away.