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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 8:13 am Post subject: Re: Bettas bred Very Happy Reply with quote

 Hi  hayath,
 
 I  know  u  have  14  tanks,
 
 now  u  want  a  lot  (really  a  lot)  of  containers  to  put  all  these  babies  individually  in  2/3  months.....
 
 Best  wishes.....
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 10:26 am Post subject: Re: Bettas bred Very Happy Reply with quote

 Hai  friends  
                        5  months  back  i  bought  a  blue  male  betta,  he  is  in  pretty  cool,he  looks  happy,  while  seeing  on  me  he  will  bloom  his  wings  and  dancing  in  the  bowl
                        10  days  back  i  bought  one  red  female  betta  and  kept  in  a  community  tank  which  contains  molly  and  guppy  she  is  also  very  happy  and  taking  food  normaly  but
                        last  thursday  i  bought  a  red  male  betta  and  kept  in  a  bowl  he  looks  active,  but  he  is  not  at  all  bloom  his  wings  while  seeing  on  me  as  such  as  my  blue  male  betta  and  not  taking  food,he  is  always  lookig  very  sad.
                        
                         why  he  is  behaving  like  this?
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 1:03 pm Post subject: Re: Bettas bred Very Happy Reply with quote

 Hello  chitra,
    Microworms  are  quite  necessary  to  raise  tiny  fry.  Good  you  have  a  culture  running  Smile
 
 Videos...  shot  them  with  my  sony  h2  (in  video  mode),  no  lighting...as  the  tank  was  backlit,  you  can  only  see  the  silhouettes  of  the  mating  fish  Sad
 I  used  a  18"  x  9"  x  9"  tank,  lowered  the  water  level  to  about  6"  or  so.
 
 Taking  a  video  is  all  about  chance...  I  just  happened  to  be  there  at  the  right  time.  anyways  have  a  video  cam  ready  to  shoot  the  action.  Upload  on  youtube/Google  and  share  Thumb Up
 
 Diwaj,
    Lost  quite  a  lot  of  fry  due  to  small  mishap  with  many  flies  landing  in  the  tank  and  rotting  
 
 
                                                 
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Hai  friends  
                        5  months  back  i  bought  a  blue  male  betta,  he  is  in  pretty  cool,he  looks  happy,  while  seeing  on  me  he  will  bloom  his  wings  and  dancing  in  the  bowl
                        10  days  back  i  bought  one  red  female  betta  and  kept  in  a  community  tank  which  contains  molly  and  guppy  she  is  also  very  happy  and  taking  food  normaly  but
                        last  thursday  i  bought  a  red  male  betta  and  kept  in  a  bowl  he  looks  active,  but  he  is  not  at  all  bloom  his  wings  while  seeing  on  me  as  such  as  my  blue  male  betta  and  not  taking  food,he  is  always  lookig  very  sad.
                        
                         why  he  is  behaving  like  this?                

 
 Udhay,
    You  have  to  give  fish  their  own  time  before  they  start  feeling  "safe".  and  not  all  fish  have  the  same  behaviour.
 By  "sad",  do  you  mean  sitting  in  one  corner  and  havving  limited  movement  ??
 
 if  so,  could  be  a  lot  of  factors  ..
 1.  temperature
 2.  Health  of  the  fish
 3.  Not  having  settled  down  in  it's  surrounding  yet
 etc,  etc.
 
 also  check  if  he's  healhty  enough  and  does  not  have  any  torn  fins.
 
 Cheers,
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