In order to breed bettas, you can purchase what is called a breeder tank which keeps the female safe from the male until he is ready. His signal that he is ready to breed is by building a bubble nest.
Once the bubble nest is complete, you can release the female into the tank with him, and he will basically squeeze the eggs from her.
Once this is done, you should remove the female from the tank, and the male will tend to the eggs.
Breeding bettas is potentially deadly to the female, so this should only be done by someone with enough experience breeding bettas
No and do not even attempt to breed Betta fish unless you know exactly what you are doing.
Betta fish - Siamese fighter fish are not salt waters fish. But there is another breed of Betta which is called a marine betta and they are salt water fish.
No they don't i had Betta fish for 2 years and never used a heater to breed them.
It is possible to breed betta fish in an aquarium setting. However breeding betta fish is a challenging job and should only be done with proper conditioning, housing and lots of research. Be sure to know your facts before you try to breed betta fish.
yes but its diffucult
No, Betta fish are aggressive toward any other fish they see. They cannot mate.
The simple answer is no.
No, the Siamese fighting fish (Betta's) would kill the guppy, they are highly vicious.
Yes all bettas can mate with other bettas. " regular betta fish" there are different types and they can all breed together.
This is not a Betta question so it belongs elsewhere.
With each other to create a crossbreed? No.