She breeds with a male Betta Fish.
Male betta fish will build a "bubble nest" when they are getting interested in procreating. Betta fish do not get pregnant they lay their eggs in these nest.
Betta fish do not get pregnant Once a female releases her eggs the male fertilises them and places them in a bubble nest that he has made prior to mating
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.
Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.
Male betta Fish are the aggressive ones. Although it is nearly impossible to find out the difference between female and male betta Fish. If you put in another fish in a male bettaFish tank, the betta Fishwill most likely kill the other fish. Unless the fish is female.
Your female Betta can not be pregnant because bettas do not get pregnant. If she is plump and full of eggs(ova) don't worry. If she is not spawned out by a male, her body will naturally reabsorb the unreleased ova when it is good and ready.
Kissing in male betta fish is a display of agression. It is a form of fighting.
Some male betta fish are not as aggressive as others.
You can only tell if the Betta male makes a bubble nest at the top of the tank. That means that the betta female is going tohave their eggs.
Yes. Betta Fish do change their coloer every now and then. Or if you have a male, he will change his coloer if hes chaseing a female Betta Fish. Or if he sees another male Betta Fish.
To get her to mate.
Betta fish are egg layers, so they don't get pregnant.Put a male and a female together in a large tank with a place for the female to hide and for them to swim and they should have babies called fry.
a Betta fish if its a male will usually be OK with other fish but not with another male Betta fish but you can have 2 females with 1 male females will be OK with other fish and any other females hope this helped
The male Betta fights with other male Betta and the female don't
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.
No. Betta fish will attack each other no matter the sex.
None are recommended if the Betta is a male.
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.
Bettas don't get pregnant. The male fertilizes the eggs only as she's dropping them and they develop outside her body.
Bettas don't form pair bonds like some other fish--notably cichlids--do, so you can breed your female to the male you already have.
It's best not to put any fish in with a Male Betta unless you use a tank divider so the Betta cannot get to the other fish to fight.