It is easier to say what fish Bettas do not get along with. The only fish a male Betta will not get along with is another male Betta. Bettas are slow moving peacefull fish and they get along OK with most species that are not too big (eg.some Cichlids) and are not known for fin nipping (eg. some Barbs).
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.
No! That's a bad idea the fighting fish will eat the other fish.
No, they will fight. It would stress them out.
a male Betta will usually like the company of other fish but will fight or kill others of their kind also they might fight guppies cause they look similar to a female Betta.
She breeds with a male Betta Fish.
Normally the male betta fish has much longer flowing fins than the female.
Fish that are relatively the same size and do not have anything close to large fins. You should watch the fish you put in with the Betta to make sure they get along.
well, goldfish get along best by themselves but neon tetras get along, angelfish, ghost knife fish, but not chichleds. many fish get along with goldfish, like male Betta's get along. only if the goldfish is in the tank first when you put the Betta in and also as long as the Betta is the only one of its kind. male Bettas are mostly only aggressive to their own kind.goldfish give off a lot of ammonia so the only suitable tank companions are more gold fish, other tropical fish would only suffer and eventually die
Some male betta fish are not as aggressive as others.
Kissing in male betta fish is a display of agression. It is a form of fighting.