My bettas

Discussion in 'Betta Fish' started by mich537, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. mich537New MemberMember

  2. mich537New MemberMember

    Romeo n juliette
  3. mich537New MemberMember

  4. peacemaker92Well Known MemberMember

    Hi Mich and Welcome to Fishlore! :;hi2

    Beautiful bettas you have :) Any names for them?

    Btw, there's an easier way to upload photos than making a post for each photo. Just upload 3 of them in 1 post so that it makes it easier for other members so that they don't have to scroll a lot.

    Hope you enjoy your stay here on Fishlore!
  5. platy benWell Known MemberMember

    Hi. Nice bettas :)

    However I'm sad to see them in community tanks, and your male and female really shoudn't be together unless you are an experienced breeder.
  6. mich537New MemberMember

    i have bred bettas b4..ya..i have a male in breeding tank at the moment..waiting for him to bubble up..then one of the females shall go in..jus one doubt though..i have two females seemingly full bellies...shall i put both of them one at a time into the breeding tank with the male??will he get the eggs from both or jus kill the 2nd??
  7. MartinismommyFishlore VIPMember

    Do not put more than 1 female in a breeding tank EVER......It would be a deadly siuation....
  8. FurallicahWell Known MemberMember

    Nice looking Bettas. And yeah I have to agree with MM that wouldnt turn out to well.....
  9. mich537New MemberMember

    not at the same know..after all the eggs have been taken out of the first one..then put the second 1 in..wud dat be trouble??
  10. bassbonedivaFishlore VIPMember

    That, my friend, would be trouble. The male would more than likely chase away the second female to protect the nest because the second female would want her eggs to be cared for, not the first female's, and would ransack the nest to ensure that her eggs took presidence.