You have to have two tanks (10-20 gallon). First put the male in(the male should have more colour then the female)the tank wit out any other fish in but have plant in the tank when he is in condition he will build a bubble nest.Next introduce a good condtioned female. The male will be interested in the female under the bubble nest. As each egg is laid and fertilized he will blow a bubble around it and put it in the bubble nest. when the spawning is finished remove the female and the male will protect and care for the fish.
So that you may understand or retain the information, if I were you, I would go to the internet and type in betta breeding, so you could print yourself a copy of how to breed bettas, go to a book store a pet shop and purchase a betta breeding book for future reference, their are many details that I might overlook if I had not only to type, or even explain to a person in general. There is a lot of time involved,that is why some call it a hobby.
Siamese fighting fish do not become pregnant, though they do breed. A female Siamese fighting fish is ready to breed when a white thing is sticking out just behind the ventral fin. The male is almost always ready to breed. If the fish are in the same tank, the male may flare, and chase the female. The male also may have built a nest of bubbles that float on the surface.
No, the Siamese fighting fish (Betta's) would kill the guppy, they are highly vicious.
It is an adaptation that they have developed to defeat other siamese fighting fish for mates and/or territory.
Yes. A Siamese Fighting Fish is one of many , many different types of bettas.
Siamese fighting fish can live up to 4 years if you care for them carefully.
They can't because , Siamese fighting fish are very territorial & will fight . Obviously they're named fighting fish for a reason (: . Your welcome ...
Yes, it is another name for a Siamese fighting fish. I like them as they are very easy to care for.
deffo salt watercoz i have a tank full of siamese fighting fish and i keep them in saltwater
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Siamese Fighting Fish fight because most of the fish are territorial. If another fish/Siamese Fighting Fish comes in their territory, the Siamese Fighting Fish will strike and start fighting until one surrenders, is almost dead, or is dead. This also happens when Siamese Fighting Fish are mating. Sometimes the female/male is too old or too young and if they are put together, they will start fighting. When mating, the female has to hide in plants or behind rocks so that the male will not nip on her fins.yes because they smell
no. i tried that and they died. but you can feed your saltwater fish Siamese fighting fish. but this is not economic as they cost 4-5 dollars per fish.
Yes, the term Betta and Siamese fighting fish are both names for Betta splendens, the same species of fish.
Exactly as you spelled it in your question; a Betta fish is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish.it is spelled "Betta", or its other name, "Siamese Fighting Fish." I know alot about Betta's. :D
Answer Siamese Fighting Fish I have 2 fighting fish myself. I believe that Siamese fighting fish prefer a dim light to being in bright light for example, or direct sunlight. Although they do prefer warm water, the lighting I think is preferred dark.
They are called siamese fighting fish
Yes. The Betta splendens (scientific name) known also by its common names Siamese Fighting-Fish and the Siamese Fighter.
Siamese fighting fish!
No they are not.
No, they are not venomous.
NO. Goldfish are coldwater fish and the fighting fish are tropical.