never put a female and a male Betta together. you can only put girl Bettas together
You put them together when the female is full of eggs, and when the male builds a bubble nest.
you can put a male and female betta together but you must watch them closely, if they fight remove one of them right away! remember to remove them after they have mated
They don't fight. The male kills the female. You can't put them in the same tank together.
You may put two females together, or a male and a female. However you can not put two males together, they will fight to the death.
Male Bettas can not be kept with any other members of the Betta family. They can be kept with other species quite safely but will not tollerate another Betta (male or female) in their vicinity. Female Bettas can be kept together OK.
No you cannot, only if you are breeding them and the female has eggs. Otherwise the male will eventually kill the female. 2 females can live together.
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.
Actually,yes,they can.You can keep one male and one female Betta together,but ONLY that pair,and if you put more in,they will become very agressive,resulting in fighting to badly injure other fish,or killing them.Before you put in a male and female Betta together,make sure you put one in a clear glass jar (I say put the male in the jar) and leave the other Betta in the fish bowl.Put the jar against the fish bowl and let them see each other.Soon,they will get to know each other and you will be able to put the male Betta inside the bowl with the female Betta.
no. the male betta will attack every fish it sees. and its to bad because the bettas are the most beautiful fish, and it would be nice to set up a tank of just bettas. but the true answer is no. but yes to a female betta. you can put female bettas with other fish. and sometimes you can put male bettas and female betas together. (i was assuming you were asking about the male betta)
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.
THey will most likely have eggs. Be careful. You might want to put a divider in the tank.
No, you should never keep a male and female betta fish together for long time periods. They should only be put in the same tank for breeding purposes and then separated after.
Nothing will happen but if you put a female betta fish and a male betta fish their going to figth so make sure to have that thing that separates them male betta fish can figth and if a male betta fish has babies separte them and keep them away from their parents and when they grow up check if their a male or a female if their female put them on the same tank put there might be a lot of females if i was u i will just sale them cuz i think you only have one tank but thats my opinion and if somebody needs a question just tell me my name is Allison Hamilton
The male will try to spawn with her. If she is not in breeding condition she needs to hide to stay alive.
if they are 2 males no if they are 2 females probably yes and if it's 1 female and 1 male i not sure
The male will kill the female after he spawns her. If she won't spawn he will still kill her. No male Betta will allow another Betta (male or female) to live in its vicinity. So the answer is NO.
You can only put them together if they are female. bythe way, beta is actually spelled betta. You can only put them together if they are female. bythe way, beta is actually spelled betta. You can only put them together if they are female. bythe way, beta is actually spelled betta.
You'll need to put a sheet of glass between them. Otherwise the female will try to kill the male. They often do kill them.
Put more then one female with a male
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.
they will most likely mate, but if you mistake genders they will fight til death.
It's best to only put male and female betta fish in the same tank/bowl if you are breeding them. If they are not breeding and they still stay in the same area, the male would most likely attack the female, so keep the female away! Also, if you are breeding betta fish, make sure to remove the female betta after she lays her eggs, as the male will care for them and chase the female away.
this might work, but put in 2 more guppies before you put in the betta. this will not work with a male betta.
Well, betta arn't the smartest fish. It probably spreds its fins out because it "thknks" there is another male fish in their so it wants the female to pick him... Also I advise you don't put 2 male betta fish together because they will REALLY TEAR EACH OTHER APART!