Nov 4, 2019

Selectively Breed Betta Fish

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* If you're planning to use a small tank, then be aware it might not be suitable and think before you breed.
 
* If you're planning to use a small tank, then be aware it might not be suitable and think before you breed.
 
* If you lay the female betta on the nest, the eggs will not have babies in them and will not hatch. Wrapping between the betta's is a sign that they will lay eggs soon. And it is not safe to let the female out before the nest is built, as they could not recognize each other for breeding, but as intruders. The betta's will also pick up eggs on their own and put them in the nest.
 
* If you lay the female betta on the nest, the eggs will not have babies in them and will not hatch. Wrapping between the betta's is a sign that they will lay eggs soon. And it is not safe to let the female out before the nest is built, as they could not recognize each other for breeding, but as intruders. The betta's will also pick up eggs on their own and put them in the nest.
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* Expect as many fry from 1 to 200. No matter how thin the female is, bettas can lay a very big amount of eggs, so expect the most and supply up. You don't want to catch yourself with 80 fry and the supplies for 20.
   
 
== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==


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