how to take care of egg when fighter fish male die
I am not certain but here is some information it will probably die but this will usually happen when your male betta fish is caring for the eggs because the betta is scared it might do an accident and eat one of its eggs instead of the betta foods that you give it
No, they do not die. Obviously...
The male will protect, tend, and clean the eggs after they have been laid. It's best to remove the female right after mating and the male after the babies are free swimming (3 or so days). The female will die if she is left in there and you could risk loosing your babies. Also after the baby's have hatched remove them from harm of the female or male. They will both tend to eat the fry's, or baby's.
A 3 year old male Betta is a very old fish. Most die at around 30 months or so.
If you place a female betta where she can see a male, you'll notice that she will get a large bump on her abdomen (right under her gills.) These are eggs that she will normally release on her own. Most females produce eggs on a regular basis, but if they're next to a male, they produce more. I wouldn't recommend breeding bettas though, unless you do a ton of research first, (if you just throw them together, one will typically kill or horribly injure the other.)I would also not recommend leaving the female near a male as she can become egg bound and potentially die.
its a bubblenest .. its where the female bettafish keeps her eggs
you cant put men betta fish with another betta fish cause they will fight till they die so no mabe girl betta fish if they like the men betta fish put not men betta fish only girl good luck
It is not normal for a female Betta splendens to die after spawning. In the wild the female would swim away and leave the male to look after the nest and its contents. When bred in a small aquarium that is not possible so the female should be removed before the male kills her.
i guess the eggs will just die if the eggs are white they have died
Normally a butterfly lays about 100 eggs. From those 100 eggs, only 2% survive. The survivors are a male and a female. The others will die in their eggs, as larva, as caterpillars, or as butterflies. Then when a male and a female meet, they mate, and the female lays her 100 eggs. then everything starts over.
Yes, their egg sacs contain hundreds of eggs. Before they lay their eggs they will eat the male (go figure). Then, after they lay their eggs they will die.