BETTA FISH WITH GUPPIES
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BETTA FISH WITH GUPPIES MY FISH TANK AQUARIUMS CHANNEL VIDEOS ? IF YOU LIKE MY VIDEOS & YOU WANTS MORE SUB HERE THIS IS MY FISH CHANNEL FOR ALL FISH AND FISHTANK aquarium fish tropical fish types of fish freshwater fish fish aquarium fish tank fish bowl Relaxing Aquarium Fish The king of DIY FISH Nature Aquarium FISH ideasaquarium sharkfish tanksaquarium nailsfish decoration filterfish childrenaquarium plantsfish diyfish goldfishfish filterhome aquariumfreshwater aquariumlan card4k aquariumfish cleaningaquarium opfish kingsaquarium setuptropicalfish tank wallpaper hd Beautiful collection Freshwater Fish Betta VS 300 beautiful big endless guppy fish tank 2017 Guppy fish tank wallpaper hd my tank Hybridization fish guppies aquarium full download #wallpaper #hd #ful Siamese fighting fish The Siamese fighting fish, also sometimes colloquially known as the Betta, is a species in the Gourami family which is popular as an aquarium fish. They are called pla-kad in Thai or trey krem in Khmer. Wikipedia Scientific name: Betta splendens Lifespan: 3 – 5 years (In captivity) Higher classification: Bettas Rank: Species Conservation status: Vulnerable (Population decreasing) Encyclopedia of Life Clutch size: 10 – 40 People also search for View 15+ more Bettas Bettas Guppy Guppy Goldfish Goldfish Gourami Gourami Discus Discus Betta Fish The Betta fish is probably the second most popular fish kept, after Goldfish. The Betta Splendens is a favorite because of its beauty, its long fins and because bettas are relatively easy to care for. The male sports deep beautiful colors whereas the females are less colorful. Their stunning colors and flowing fins are some of the reasons for their popularity and the inexpenive purchase price (usually less than 5 dollars) helps too. However, due to this fish being such an easy sale it has led to some deplorable conditions in which they are kept while waiting to be sold. It is really sad to see how the Betta is kept in many chain pet stores in small jars or small cups, often in very soiled water. Betta fish are called the Siamese Fighting Fish because of its behavior towards other males of the same species. You cannot keep two or more males in the same tank. If more than one male fish are placed in the same tank, they will fight until only one of them remains. They will flare out their gill covers and erect their fins showing the other fish their fighting posture. This behavior is also why they are kept separated in small containers at the store. There are ways to see this behaviour without introducing another male betta fish. One way is to use a small hand mirror and place it up against the tank glass so that the male may see his reflection. The Betta will mistake his reflection as another male and the fighting posture should then be displayed. Doing this too often may lead to an overly stressed fish though. You can get small tanks that come with dividers which will allow you to keep two in the same tank. Many keep them in a small betta fish bowl and they may live for a while in these small bowls. However, to get the most beautiful colors and optimal health for your fish, they will do better in a 10 gallon or larger betta aquarium with a heater that can maintain a constant temperature in the aquarium. If you plan on keeping yours in a small betta aquarium, please read the small tank setup page for ideas on equipment needed. Also check out the Betta Fish Aquarium Setup article written by COBC for the magazine that lists the equipment needed to keep a betta. If you are looking for bettas for sale the prices on this fish can actually get kind of high, especially for show quality. At your local fish store they are usually around $2 to $5. Betta Pictures Betta Tail Types Video To determine the type of betta you have, read the forum thread (with pics) Betta Tail Types. For figuring out they type of female betta you have, check out the following thread Female Betta Tail Types. Betta Care Facts Scientific Name : Betta splendens Common Names : Siamese Fighting Fish Care Level : Easy, excellent fish that is good for freshwater beginners and can be just as hardy as goldfish. Size : 2.5 inches (6 cm) Water Parameters : ph 6 - 7.5 | Temperature 75°F - 80°F | Water Hardness 5° to 20° dH Betta Life span : 2 - 3 years, possibly longer Origin / Habitat : Thailand Temperament / Behavior : Peaceful if given the right tank mates. They will become aggressive with other Bettas. They may also become aggressive towards other tropical fish with large fins such as guppies, angelfish and others. Breeding Bettas / Mating / Reproduction : Can be difficult since the male will fight the female if not introduced at the right time. For more information please read the breeding bettas and general info or this one Breeding the Betta.