Betta FAQ

Top 10 Betta Fish FAQs

Do you have a great interest and passion for your betta fish, also known as Siamese fighting fish? Or if you were just thinking to build an attractive hobby, this would possibly be a great time for you to explore more...
Mustard Gas Betta: Yellow Bicolor Betta Fish

Mustard Gas Betta: Yellow Bicolor Betta Fish

These days, the term Mustard Gas (or "MG") is used, incorrectly as it happens, to describe any bicolored fish that possesses a green, blue, or steel blue body and yellow or orange fins. This particular color combination has, in fact,...
Betta splendens

Betta Splendens, Siamese Fighting Fish Facts

Although there are many species of Betta, the most common species that is kept and bred is known as the Betta splendens or the Siamese Fighting Fish. The name “Betta” is said to be derived from an ancient Asian warrior...
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The Bubble Nest: A Betta’s Masterpiece

Why my betta fish is blowing bubbles in the aquarium? This question should be answered for the new owner of the betta fish. In keeping the betta fish, the new owner of the betta fish will face the betta fish...
Male and Female Betta Fish

Can I Keep Male Bettas And Female Bettas Together?

If you walk into the fish department of a pet store these days, you’ll often find a display of many small containers each featuring a vibrant betta inside. These are most often male Veil Tail bettas, with long flowing fins...
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Basic Supplies for Healthy & Happy Bettas

Gallon, or Larger, Tank With Lid It is important to keep a betta in at least one gallon of water. Make sure the bowl or tank you purchase has a lid - bettas can jump right out of their tank....
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Keeping Female Bettas Together

Female bettas are often overlooked by those new to the hobby and widely treasured by breeders. They vary in behavior from males and have been observed to have more personality and spunk. Sure their finnage is not as long and...
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A Brief History of Betta Siamese Fighting Fish

The betta fish, also known as Siamese fighting fish, is one of the best-known aquarium fishes in the world. It is a lovely fish for the small aquarium. But don't let the flowing fins fool you- he'll fight to the...
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The Ultimate Guide to Breed Betta Fish

When you want to breed Betta Fish, the first step is to make sure you are ready. It will take time, money, space for around fifty jars to separate males, a secure pond with no other fish, and a good...
Betta-Anatomy

All You Need To Know About Betta Anatomy

Betta Senses Vision A Betta has monocular vision, which means that it can see in two directions at the same time. Overall, the Betta's eyesight is somewhat poor. To detect vibrations and get an overall feel for its surrounding, Bettas...
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Types of Betta Fish – A Guide on Colors, Tails & More

Finding information on uncommon or unique betta breeds can be a time-consuming task, not because there is a paucity of data, but it's the exact opposite problem. There are so many different types of betta fish that it's daunting for...
Betta not Beta

Betta Not Beta — And 4 Other Betta Fish Facts

Here are the top 5 things you may not know about our favorite tropical fish: It’s a Betta Fish, not a Beta Fish Beta is the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet. Betta is the beautiful Siamese Fighting Fish swimming...