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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 12:03 am Post subject: ID this betta Reply with quote

 plz  someone  identify  this  betta  &  also  tell  its  quality  and  if  they  are  ready  to  breed(i  mean  is  the  female  mature  enough  to  breed)  Cheer Up  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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 hi  it's   a  crown  tail  male  and  a  cambodian  female  (  she's  got  some  marble  in  her)  careful  fries  might  go  transparent..  beautiful  pictures   Rock On  .  can  u  post  a  picture  of  both  of  them  together  side  by  side  .  size  relation  is  really  important  in  betta  breeding.  they  will  try  to  kill  each  other  if  they  are  not  perfect  match.  usually  female  should  be  slightly  smaller  than  the  male  .  how  old  is  the  female  ?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 1:42 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 according  to  the  supplier  both  of  them  are  of  the  same  parent  and  are  of  4  months.
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 2:32 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 its  a  crown  for  sure.
 the  size  looks  k  for  me...do  u  think  so  deepakg??
 but  in  dont  think  that  the  female  is  ready  to  mate  as  she's  not  showing  any  vertical  strips  on  her  body.
 
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its  a  crown  for  sure.
 the  size  looks  k  for  me...do  u  think  so  deepakg??
 but  in  dont  think  that  the  female  is  ready  to  mate  as  she's  not  showing  any  vertical  strips  on  her  body.
 
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 i  am  adding  some  more  pics  ,if  i  am  not  wrong  ,she  is  now  showing  any  horizontal  strips  too
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 2:57 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 they  should  be  vertical  strips  and  not  horizontal....most  of  the  times  horizontal  strips  indicate  stress.
 be  careful  as  the  male  might  kill  her  if  she  does  not  show  any  signs  of  mating.
 wish  u  good  luck
 
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crazyomzi  wrote  (View  Post):                
they  should  be  vertical  strips  and  not  horizontal....most  of  the  times  horizontal  strips  indicate  stress.
 be  careful  as  the  male  might  kill  her  if  she  does  not  show  any  signs  of  mating.
 wish  u  good  luck
 
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 i  was  actually  trying  to  say  that  according  to  me  we  can't  see  those  strips  on  light  colored  bettas.
 i  know  that  horizontal  strips  indicate  stress.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 3:13 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 my  conbodian  female  was  showing  veritcal  strips  though  they  are  not  prominent,  you  can  see  them  if  you  observe  closely.
 if  you  can  see  the  female  full  of  eggs  and  that  the  male  is  trying  to  guide  her  to  the  nest,  then  its  k..
 i  currently  have  21  days  old  betta  fry  fathered  by  a  crown,  you  can  see  the  pics  uploaded  by  me  if  you  want.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 4:08 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 wonderful  pair.   Clapping   But  if  they  are  from  the  same  parents,  why  inbreed  them?
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 hi  Ishan,  size  looks  fine  .  What  is  that  white  thermocol  doing  there  ?  replace  it  with  half  Styrofoam  cup  .  try  keeping  the  female  in  a  bottle  inside  the  tank.  and  wait  until  she  become  eggy  .
 crazyomzy  u  are  right  i  cannot  see   any  verticle  lines.  but  its  difficult  to  say  in  white     females.
 lets   give  it  a  shot  .  feed  them  well  syphon  the  bottom  every  day  and  replace  with  stored  water  .  And  when  the  egg  comes  reduce  the  water  level  to  5  to   6  inches.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 11:34 am Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 Ishan,  its  always  better  to  use  barebottom  tanks  for  breeding  .  male   will  have  hard  time  looking  for  falling  fries  .
 @channaguy  inbreeding  is  for  getting  desired  and  good  result  in  finnage  and  colour.
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hi  Ishan,  size  looks  fine  .  What  is  that  white  thermocol  doing  there  ?  replace  it  with  half  Styrofoam  cup  .  try  keeping  the  female  in  a  bottle  inside  the  tank.  and  wait  until  she  become  eggy  .
 crazyomzy  u  are  right  i  cannot  see   any  verticle  lines.  but  its  difficult  to  say  in  white     females.
 lets   give  it  a  shot  .  feed  them  well  syphon  the  bottom  every  day  and  replace  with  stored  water  .  And  when  the  egg  comes  reduce  the  water  level  to  5  to   6  inches.
 good  luck   Thumb Up                

 thanks  everyone  Cheering  
 actually  when  i  started  with  bettas  i  was  suggested  to  visit  bettas4all.nl  and  there  people  are  suggesting  thermocol  for  bubble  nest
 and  not  the  male  is  having  his  bubble  nest  under  it
 moreover  i  don't  know  anything  about  in  breeding  as  i  have  just  started  and  i  am  just  curious  to  breed  them
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 12:43 pm Post subject: Re: ID this betta Reply with quote

 i  forgot  to  ask  that  after  how  much  time  should  i  leave  the  female  from  the  bottle
 and  they  are  of  which  variety  ,as  there  are  multiple  answers  ,i  am  getting  confused
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 Styrofoam  cups  are  better  because  you  can  move  it  without  destroying  the  nest  .  on  the  other  hand  if  you  move  the  thermocol  the  nest  will  be  scattered  .  
 u  might  have  to  move  it  while  cleaning.
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 usually  it  takes  3to4  days  for  male  to  make  the  nest  .  don't  let  her  in  before  that,  male  will  not  tolerate  any  disturbance.  watch  them  carefully  if  the  male  looks  like  inviting  her  and  the  female  looks  eggy.  u  can  let  her  the  in  the  tank.
 what  about  the  fries  .  what  r  u  going  to  feed  them?
 the  male  is  for  sure  a  crown.  female  looks  like  having  more  cambodian  genes   in  here  .  but  both  are  beautiful  and  healthy.  Thumbs Up


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