i am about to get a fish and i need infomation on betta’s thanks

Information about different types of Betta fish, their care and breeding.
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I've never thought about buying a fish on ebay! This was very interesting and I enjoyed reading and learning about Betta Fish. I also had never given much thought to the fact that goldfish need filters. Now I know why I never had much success. Thanks for an informative and interesting hub!
Information about different types of Betta fish, their care and breeding.
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I usually keep a thin three-ring binder with information on the last 50 spawns handy in the fish room and archive older sheets in a larger binder. When I have a chance, I try to summarize the results of spawns in a tabular reference sheet. This can also be done using a spreadsheet or database computer program. The spawn records not only track information about the parents for two generations, but also allow me to immediately identify the source of the fish. There is a lot of trading of betta fish among breeders and hobbyists, and being able to identify the source of the spawn is quite useful. It also allows me to track which color lines are uniquely from my fish room. Betta Fish Care Infographic, a handy cheat sheet that will benefit any keepers of Siamese Fighting Fish.
Photo provided by FlickrNot sure I’m believing that betta fish are a dull brown color in their natural habitat. Maybe you have some information following that.
Photo provided by FlickrBetta Fish Care Infographic, a handy cheat sheet that will benefit any keepers of Siamese Fighting Fish.
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Welcome to our extensive Betta fish care learning center! We are happy to provide you with all of the information you need to know to care for your beautiful Japanese fighting fish.Are you struggling to find all the information you need to raise a happy and healthy betta fish? Finding that the internet is full of contradicting information?Setting up a new fish aquarium should be done slowly and carefully. An aquarium is a delicate eco-system in its own right and achieving the right balance of micro-organisms is crucial. Refer to the other pages in this website for more information about choosing the right betta tank, water filters and air pump, heating and lighting and gravel and decorations. Keep reading this page to learn about the fundamentals of keeping your aquarium safe from ammonia and nitrates. If you are a beginner to keeping and caring for betta fish you should check out our . This page looks at the natural habitat of the betta fish, then uses this information to give advice on all aspects of – from tank size to betta fish diet to betta fish tank mates. All on one page!Basic Betta Info The Tank - Your Betta's Home Bettas are labyrinth fish, meaning they can breathe directly from the surface of water. Therefore they don't need air ...Following these simple steps your betta should have a happy 2 – 3 years with you. However they than this (sometimes up to 10) if you keep them happy and give them the perfect environment. I feel there is enough information spread across the various Betta fish care guides on this site to help you achieve these longer lifespans.When we got our first betta when I was about 7yrs old (I’m 26 now so long time ago)
It lived in a smallish tank (maybe 1gl… We didn’t do internet or research stuff all that much. Besides what my mom was told by the petstores for info…) I learned they are eaters too.
of course my mom was used to taking care of fish alot from her childhood and working in a petshop herself. So she did water changes very often.
But he lived almost 7years with us. Until he was murdered by my ex-step dads lies… he claimed he got his friend to petsit for us while we were in cali and so alot of our pets suffered for it… (the betta’s water dried up sadly…)I think you really love your beta, and want to do the best for it. Your beta tank is way to small, a beta is a big fish, and can.t be happy in such a little space to live. Think, you have to live your life in a space, as litte as a airplane toillet. I'm sad to say it, but in this little tank, it will not live a long time. Just search at google about taking good care of a beta, and you'll find lots of instructions about the size a tank should have. It also needs a filter, to get all its waste out of the water, and keep the water fresh and clean, places to hide, can be rockholes, or high plants, so it feels save. I'm absolutely not judging you, some petstores don't care of they sell proper envirements for the pets, and don't give always the right information, they only think about selling. Others really take care, and give you a really good advise, as they all should do I think. I think your little fellow needs more space, some gravel on the bottom, a few plants, en places to hide. It is a tropical fish, so a heater would be nice, and a filter is really needed. If he gets this, I'm sure, you'll have a happy beta, wich has enough space to show all his beauty, and even is gonna come to you wenn you're near his tank. (sorry for my bad english :-)). Wishing you all the luck and lots of joy with you're betta.