My betta breeding aquarium

Discussion in 'Betta Breeding' started by TypicalAqua, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. TypicalAqua

    TypicalAqua New Member Member

  2. AquaticBrandon

    AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    Nice Bettas! Isn't that a little small to breed Bettas?


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    Last edited: Jul 20, 2015
  3. OP
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    TypicalAqua

    TypicalAqua New Member Member

    Well I just keep them separated for 3 days and then their with each other and breeding . After the male takes care of the eggs And I remove him too but I don't think so.
     
  4. AquaticBrandon

    AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    Oh okay, cause I've read I think a sticky around here about breeding Bettas in a minimum tank size of 10 gallons



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  5. thefishdude277

    thefishdude277 Well Known Member Member

    These look like pet store bettas
    Just saying, pet store ones are too old to breed


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  6. AquaticBrandon

    AquaticBrandon Well Known Member Member

    True, I'f I'm not mistaken I think you might have to buy young Bettas from a breeder


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  7. Wendigoblue

    Wendigoblue Well Known Member Member

    Do have any pics of the female? My "pet store" betta male was too old to breed, but my female was bought as a fry (petco sells baby bettas). This time I plan on buying only the baby bettas, so I can raise them (thus they won't be too old). I would recommend doing that instead of buying full grown males/females. Or if you can buying from a breeder is always a good choice. Good luck!
     
  8. _Fried_Bettas_

    _Fried_Bettas_ Well Known Member Member

    That ornament looks like it might be rather rough. They dash and thrash around a lot while they are courting and that think looks like they might get hurt on it. That should be big enough I think, barely (Thai breeders often use the bottom of 5 gallon buckets), will just have to move them sooner into a larger tank to grow out. And if the bettas are older, they will just fight, and not spawn.
     




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