Why does my male crowntail betta leave this bubbling stuff at the top of his 7 gallon aquarium?
Okay so yesterday i asked a question concerning him fighting with my other fish in my 30 gallon tank. Well i went out and bought a 7 gallon aquarium just for him and put him in it. Just now i went to feed him and noticed theres all this bubbly look material all over the top? I’m serious does it mean he’s courting or something? Should i buy a female? I don’t know if i should because i’ve never bred bettas only guppies.
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He’s happy and building a nest.
NO do not get a female! Unless you have loads of time, money and space, breeding a fish just because is not a good idea. Bettas can have any where from 100 to 500 eggs. Now while most won’t survive, what are you going to do with even fifty? They have to be separated around three months, as that is when the males usually get nippy. So unless you have plenty of time to monitor the spawning and room to grow out the fry, don’t bred them. Here is a link for a breeder I use. She shows her “fish” room and has articles on spawning that is quite interesting. Also, if you go to her stock page and look under crowntails, you can see the one that is swimming its way to me! Number 177 is a red/white/blue crowntail I fell in love with!
Read some more sites and then make a decision. Just because your male is happy now, doesn’t mean you should breed him.
Good luck and good job making your friend comfortable!
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