- Fish Breeding
|rubybetta777 ||05-12-2008 11:57 PM |
Can a male crowntail betta breed with a regular female betta
hi,i was just wondering if a male crowntail betta can breed with a regular female betta.I just got a male crowntail betta,but i kinda took it home on a bike,there was a lot of bumps.Hes fine now but they keep flaring at each other,so what do i do?
|Lupin ||05-13-2008 09:12 AM |
Yes, they can. Both are the same species. The only difference is their finnage, nothing else.
|Blaxicanlatino ||05-13-2008 01:34 PM |
give him time to adjust. Wait a week or 2 to confirm if hes physicaly well; no diseases, parasites, injuries, etc. Crowntails are known to be more difficult to breed due to their aggressive nature, but, all fish are different. 8)
|It'sJames ||05-13-2008 06:07 PM |
Are they together? You really shouldn't try to breed them unless you've done your research. It's a big job.
|JMeenen ||05-14-2008 08:46 AM |
and you will have many little ones that you will need to figure what to do with them all....
|missfish1996 ||05-16-2008 04:52 PM |
You also need a seperate tank for the babies
|It'sJames ||05-16-2008 07:13 PM |
Not only a seperate tank, but different containers for each male! That means a ton of water changes!!
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