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Maybe your female betta is a lesbian lol

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male bettas may start making a bubble nest at any time, however they are much more likely to do so if they are in a tank with or very close to a female betta. It also depends on the individual fish. some bettas won't start making a bubble nest until after the female has laid eggs, others will build and maintain a bubble nest weeks before the female lays eggs. Some male bettas will build a bubble nest along the edge of a bowl, but they tend to do more if they have a plant or something else for the nest to stick to.

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Perhaps it thinks your not watching ...

As soon as the male has put all the eggs in the bubble nest.

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Hey there, It all depends on the male. Basically what happens is that. The male with show off to the female and so forth and fertalise the eggs inside her... then a little while later she will pop one egg out at a time and he will catch it in his mouth, swim up to the top of the water and place it in his bubble nest he made. This repeats until there are no more eggs. Keep watching the bubble nest up top. If u cant see little developing eggs in a few weeks its probably time to get another female. Hope this helps. catch! :oD

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idk what that is, but you should probably take her to a vet, it might be an infection

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