5 Gallon Betta Hendra Pair

Crispii
  • #1
I finally got a pair of Bettas for my 5 gallon! The tank itself does not have a divider and both the male and female are doing well together! I am happy that I got my Betta pair for my 5 gallon!
 
Dewclaw83
  • #2
I finally got a pair of Bettas for my 5 gallon! The tank itself does not have a divider and both the male and female are doing well together! I am happy that I got my Betta pair for my 5 gallon!
Ooo which species are they? Do you have pics?
 
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Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #3
It's not the best quality since the pair are stressed from the move.



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Dewclaw83
  • #4
It's not the best quality since the pair are stressed from the move.
Still gorgeous already though!
 
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Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #5
Still gorgeous already though!
Male is on the left and female is on the right. The male has started to color up very nicely.
 
jkkgron2
  • #6
It's not the best quality since the pair are stressed from the move.
Looking good!
 
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TheDitherFish
  • #7
half the time you sound like an insensitive jerk(not trying to be mean) who is like fish are just fish don't care that much and the other half a fish loving person who takes great pleasure in annoying people but takes good care of the fish. But love the fish, are they betta hendra cause that's what you said you wanted
 
Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #8
half the time you sound like an insensitive jerk(not trying to be mean) who is like fish are just fish don't care that much and the other half a fish loving person who takes great pleasure in annoying people but takes good care of the fish. But love the fish, are they betta hendra cause that's what you said you wanted
I can be either a troll or a helper on the forum. But in the end, I still enjoy keeping aquarium and will attempt to keep fish in optimum condition.

And yes, they are B. hendra.
 
TheDitherFish
  • #9
Also, on a more thoughtful topic. I enjoyed helping alongside with my friend today. I voluntarily helped him net certain fish and move them to different tanks in order to house new fish in. I'm glad that I have the opportunity to assist and work alongside my friend today at my LFS. Mind you, I don't even work there.

see what I mean, but seriously love the fish. are they even the same person... do you have multiple peronalitys
 
david1978
  • #10
But aren't they fish? You can keep whatever fish you want into any size tank you want. They will figure it out one way or another.
 
Nicolademee
  • #11
The companionship of threads like this is why I came back to this forum lol. So nice to see humor and good knowledge
 
Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #12
Another not so great looking pic.


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Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #13
UPDATE:

The pair has been doing really well. There was a bit of flaring between both sex, but nothing bad happened. I have seen the female ate, but the male have to eat.
 
david1978
  • #14
I know splendens are different but I see the male flairing more as a look at me thing vs lets fight.
 
Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #15
I know splendens are different but I see the male flairing more as a look at me thing vs lets fight.
Yep. It's probably more of who's dominant or each sex trying to impress each other.
 
Crispii
  • Thread Starter
  • #16
Male after a few days.


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jkkgron2
  • #17

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