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Old 08-07-2016, 09:26 AM   #1
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How to breed beta fish

I've heard that you should only have one beta but what if I wanted to get a male and a female would that be okay

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Hi, welcome to the forum

Have done this once or twice by allowing the male to build a bubble nest and then introducing a female I thought was ready. Monitor. Probably a lot better info out there now, this was a long time ago. For the young ones I picked up some special food from the lfs. The lfs and friends took some. I do recall I thought it was pretty amazing to watch.

Edit - I should add I had several tanks going so fish could be moved around. I'm not sure how they would go in a small tank permanently.
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