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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:31 pm Post subject: betta in community -a replaced one Reply with quote

 betta  sorced  from  LFS  
 
 
 
 
 
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 sharing  the  tank  with  a  female  betta  ,3  Rams,2  female  guppy(one  rescued  from  LFS),3  corrys
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:30 pm Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

 it's  not  a  female  betta  it's  male  and  it's  father  is  crowntail  and  mom  is  vel  tail  female  but  this  item   isvery  sweet  looking   Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2011 1:15 am Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

 I  never  said  its  female
 Its  the  list  of  his  tank  mates  Very Happy  
 yes  he  is  handsome  thanks  for  your  comments
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 nice  .  but  its  not  a  good  idea  to  keep  them  with  rams  .  it  will  happen  sooner  or  later  .  Thumb Down
 very  nice  male  emmanuel  .
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2011 2:16 am Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

 what  will  happen  ?
 they  are  both  chasing  each  other  some  time  while  feeding  but  I  think  there  is  lots  of  hiding  places
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 no  no  i  meant  rams  might  attack  the  bettas.  later  when  they  grow  bigger  .
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 this  tank  was  actually  for  my  rams  they  are  with  me  for  about  an  year  now  but  I  saw  this  betta  in  Kurla  mkt  and  I  couldn't  resist  and  I  honestly!  I  never  liked  bettas  confined  in  small  setups  like  bowls
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 Deepak  I  have  made  a  note  of  your  suggestion  and  would  observe  such  behavior  by  rams  and  if  necessary  would  shift  betta  to  another  setup
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2011 10:35 am Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

 I  have  a  pair  of  Bolivan  Rams  and  a  single  male  Apistogramma  Cacatuoides  in  my  4'*2'*2'  planted,  recently  have  introduced  a  male  betta  in  it.  The  betta  flares  and  chases  the  rams  and  the  apisto  (i  guess  he  thinks  it  is  another  male  of  his  species  cause  of  their  colors,  as  he  does  not  do  the  same  with  other  fishes  mostly  tetras  that  I  have).  I'll  keep  a  watch  on  them  for  a  while  and  if  he  continues  this  behavior  then  I'll  have  to  shift  the  betta  to  another  tank.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 12:54 pm Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

 In  order  to  keep  healthy  fish  it  is  important  to  learn  about  native  habitat  of  fish  one  is  going  to  keep.
 In  wild  betta  live  in  small  isolated  ditches/  pond,  where  they  are  the  only  fish.
 A  male  betta  will  always  defend  its  territory  from  other  betta  and  even  other  fish.
 A  community  tank  is  no  place  for  them,  even  if  it  has  places  to  hide  it  will  be  constantly  under  stress  from  larger  fish.
 Also  large  flowing  fins  of  betta  are  good  target  for  many  fish.
 Rams  will  sooner  or  later  kill  this  betta.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 26, 2011 3:07 pm Post subject: Re: betta in community Reply with quote

                                                   
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In  order  to  keep  healthy  fish  it  is  important  to  learn  about  native  habitat  of  fish  one  is  going  to  keep.
 In  wild  betta  live  in  small  isolated  ditches/  pond,  where  they  are  the  only  fish.
 A  male  betta  will  always  defend  its  territory  from  other  betta  and  even  other  fish.
 A  community  tank  is  no  place  for  them,  even  if  it  has  places  to  hide  it  will  be  constantly  under  stress  from  larger  fish.
 Also  large  flowing  fins  of  betta  are  good  target  for  many  fish.
 Rams  will  sooner  or  later  kill  this  betta.                

 Sandeep  I  fully  agree  with  you  in  fact  the  said  "community  fish  tank"  itself  is  contradicting  and  against  nature.  earlier  had  HM  bettas  in  betta  only  tank  but  IME  I  found  them  quit  dormant  in  such  tanks.
 Further  the  selective  bred  long  fins  HM  or  RT  are  unable  or  with  difficulty  to  swim  even  in  no  flow  tanks  and  that  is  the  reason  I  prefer  a  plakat  or  a  something  with  short  fins  which  I  have.
 My  tank  flow  is  quit  mild  and  the  betta  is  chasing  others  as  of  now.  I  mentioned  earlier  he  his  under  observation  and  would  shift  betta  if  required.
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 It  was  an  invent  full  day  for  me  and  our  own  Sachin  Tendulkar  but  lesser  for  our  FM  Pranab  Da  as  I  got  betta  plakat  almost  after  a  year  since  I  had  lost  my  metalic  green  HMPK
 
 
 
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 That's  a  good  deal  Emmanuel  .  Good  hunting   Thumb Up
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