when my female Betta approaches his nest he gets aggressive and nips their fins when will he embrace
i have a male red Betta (3inch in length) and 3 female bettas (1.5 inch) in a tank filled with 10 litres of water and height of about 12cms. the male has built a bubble nest below a leaf which is about the size of a human palm.these 3 females have vertical stripes and a distinct ovipositor.
Your male appears to be ready, but the females may not be. Condition them with brine shrimp, tubifex worms, or bloodworms. Frozen is better, but freeze-dried will do. Other than that, since the females ovipositor is visible, it may just be a waiting game. When I bred my gouramis and bettas, I would set the tank in a larger plastic container with the same height of water as the tank. Then I would put a submersible heater in the container and raise the temp to 82 degrees farenheit. Also, I would place a glass top on the tank to keep the heat stable. The temp may be too low in the tank to stimulate the females to spawn.
by jameelkhan01 8 years ago
when female Betta approaches the male, he flares and also attacks what should i do to breed them.my male is 3 inches and i have 3 females with him of size 1.5 inch in a tank containing 12-15 litres of water. he has built a bubble nest under a leaf but he attacks their fins
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