Provided the aquarium conditions are correct and the fish are in breeding condition, once the female is added to his tank or vice versa, the male will start to build a nest on the surface of the tank out of bubbles that he makes. He may well incorporate bits of plant to add strength to the structure. Every now and then he will swim up to the female and flash his fins and try to encourage her to go with him under his nest. Once he has achieved this and the female is with him under the nest he will wrap himself around the females body embracing her. The pair will remain trembling in this embrace for a few seconds. Then the male will gently break away and the fertilised eggs will start to drop towards the bottom of the tank. He will collect these eggs and blow them into the nest. Then the process of embrace, collect etc will continue until the female is spawned out and he drives her off. This is the time to remove her otherwise the male will kill her.
The fighting fish will be funny and active, but what is funny to you is a ritual dance to the males.
the male releases hi sspirm and the female releases her egss and they get to each other and then what ever gender of spirm reaches the egg first is the gender of the fish
Of course they can. How else would we have fighting fish.
They can mate at any time of the year but only when conditions are exactly right for them to do so.
yes all fish mate
They mate by fighting.
When he blow bubbles that mean he is ready to mate so you have to buy 3 female and he will kill two and mate with one
Fighting fish will fight and KILL non-fighting fish.
a male fighting fish.
First of all, male and female fighting fish (bettas) shouldn't be kept together. They are both territorial and agressive. They may be fighting over territory. It may also be that the male is ready to mate and the female isn't.
No, fighting fish (Bettas) are only interested in fighting with other fighting fish.
u put a lot of fish in the tank and then they mate
Do you mean fish fighting like dog fighting or owing Siamese fighting fish? Both are legal.