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  1. BeautifulBetta123
    04-11-2013 07:24 PM - permalink
    BeautifulBetta123
    Oh my god I am so sorry! I have no more females available, I feel so bad for killing your girl! Oh my gosh i will make it up to you. Maybe give you a different girl or something... What do you want?
  2. finnfinnfriend
    04-11-2013 06:39 PM - permalink
    finnfinnfriend
    Nice! Thanks for letting me know!
  3. finnfinnfriend
    04-08-2013 01:08 PM - permalink
    finnfinnfriend
    Thank you!
  4. MoonShadow
    04-06-2013 06:25 PM - permalink
    MoonShadow
    Darn right no more spoilers! Haha! I just finished season 2:8, Shannon was killed (so sad!!)
  5. MoonShadow
    04-06-2013 05:50 PM - permalink
    MoonShadow
    So how far are you in lost? Haha! Hope you're having a good day hun
  6. LittleBettaFish
    04-06-2013 04:21 PM - permalink
    LittleBettaFish
    No worries.

    Also, some of the other unimaculata complex species can do fine in harder water. They may not be as 'pretty' as macrostoma, but species such as ideii, unimaculata, patoti and ocellata are quite adaptable and have the same basic look and personality.
  7. LittleBettaFish
    04-06-2013 04:12 PM - permalink
    LittleBettaFish
    I like the coccina complex of species. But unless you have a way of getting your water pH down below 5-6 it is not worth trying to keep them.

    Betta albimarginata are great if these are going to be your first wild betta species. Easy to care for, very friendly, not too fussy on water conditions and damn near like rabbits when they get in the mood.

    I always recommend either those or channoides for people wanting to get into wild bettas.

    Betta macrostoma generally like softer water too. They can be notoriously tricky to get fry from, and are adept jumpers. They are very big fish and really require a tank in the 25-30 gallon range for a pair as sometimes there is aggression between the male and female.

    Also you must have a tight fitting and strong lid for these. This complex is very bad with jumping and you can have no gaps for them to get out of.
  8. Hadoken Kitty
    04-06-2013 12:28 PM - permalink
    Hadoken Kitty
    Today is day three for the fry...so I was expecting either by tomorrow or the day after. Is this correct?
  9. Hadoken Kitty
    04-06-2013 12:25 PM - permalink
    Hadoken Kitty
    I think I saw one wiggling....I don't know, though. I haven't taken dad out yet. Do you think I should? He hasn't eaten anyone yet...I was definitely not foreseeing this.
  10. Hadoken Kitty
    04-06-2013 12:17 PM - permalink
    Hadoken Kitty
    I'm so upset that I think I'm going to be sick. My grandma lifted the lid and coaxed dad out from under the nest when I was gone at some point. Dad must've felt that the nest was threatened, because there's no nest anymore and the bottom is littered with baby bettas. I know I'll just have to try again...but still....

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  • About MattsBettas
    Biography
    I am a betta breeder and hobbyist, and most of all a lover of these great fish.
    Location
    Alberta, Canada
    Interests
    Betta (domestic and wild) breeding, plants, photography...
    Occupation
    Student
    Gender
    Male
    Total Years Fish Keeping Experience
    5 - 10
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