I'm not talking about domestic Betta splendens.Salem said:I personally find that bettas in general should be kept separately or at least with a divider between them. That being said I wouldn't add any more fish of any kind into the 10g.
Yeah. I got interested when I saw some people keeping multiple species of bettas in the same tank and was just wondering if it's a good idea.david1978 said:I guess its possible its just that most people don't mix them.
I'm not trying to breed bettas, I just want to have a community of wild bettas living together.aussieJJDude said:A lot of wild betta species aren't actually that aggressive, and some actually prefer being in groups.
In saying, I wouldnt mix species since the possibility of hybridization... which, should be avoided.
Hence, saying there’s a possibility. I’ve seen one before and I believe he only kept females. They were in a 20 long with a bunch of almond leaves. Only aggression was during feeding time.Crispii said:I'm not trying to breed bettas, I just want to have a community of wild bettas living together.
Tbh, I never seen any bubble nest coming from my male and yet he is housed with a female. The thing is that he would sometimes chase her despite no bubble nest.Moxri said:
Same. I’ve been looking for the b mahachaI copper for the longest time.Crispii said:Not yet, but I have a pair of B. imbellis. I really like B. smargadina and B. mahachaiensis.