Crowntail Assorted Female Betta

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  • Good for small-large aquariums.
  • Easy to keep with Corydoras and other bottom dwellers.
  • Adult size = 5-6cm in length.
  • Omnivores feed regular tropical foods.
  • Recommended temperature range:  between 76° and 84° F(24-28C).

Female bettas, like their male counterparts, are captivating freshwater fish known for their vibrant colors and graceful fins. Here's a brief overview of these fascinating aquarium inhabitants:

  1. Color Varieties: Female bettas showcase a diverse array of colors, ranging from striking reds and blues to more subtle hues. Their fins may display intricate patterns, adding to their visual appeal.

  2. Peaceful Nature: Unlike male bettas, females generally exhibit a more peaceful temperament. They can often coexist with other non-aggressive fish species in a community tank, making them versatile additions to diverse aquatic setups.

  3. Finned Beauty: While female bettas lack the long, flowing fins of their male counterparts, they still boast elegant finnage. Their fins are more streamlined, allowing for agile movement in the water.

  4. Social Behavior: Female bettas can be kept together in a group known as a "sorority." However, it's crucial to monitor their interactions, as occasional disputes over territory may arise. Providing ample hiding spots and maintaining a well-planted aquarium can help minimize potential conflicts.

  5. Feeding Habits: These bettas are omnivores, requiring a balanced diet. They readily accept high-quality betta pellets, flakes, and live or frozen foods like brine shrimp or bloodworms. Regular feeding schedules contribute to their overall health and vitality.

  6. Habitat Requirements: Female bettas thrive in well-maintained aquariums with stable water conditions. A heater to maintain tropical temperatures, a gentle filter, and suitable hiding places among decorations or live plants are essential for their well-being.

  7. Breeding Considerations: Breeding female bettas involves careful planning and monitoring. Unlike males, females can coexist peacefully but should be introduced to a breeding tank when ready to spawn. Adequate hiding places for the fry are crucial once breeding has occurred.

  8. Health Awareness: Regular observation is key to identifying any signs of illness. Common betta ailments include fin rot or ich, and prompt action, such as quarantine and appropriate medication, is essential for maintaining their health.

Remember, creating a thriving environment for assorted female bettas involves thoughtful planning, attention to their social dynamics, and a commitment to providing optimal care for these charming aquatic companions.

Females are only a bit more tolerant of each other. Bettas are great with catfish but also go with other fish in larger tanks.

Don't forget to check out our plants for combined postage and to keep the fish happy in transit!

If you have any questions or problems feel free to contact us!

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Postage costs
All small products, plant or snail orders are $3.99 flat postage. Very large products, plant or snail orders are $10.99 tracked postage.
Express is a flat $13.99 no matter the order size (I will cover any extra for free).
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Pickup
Pickup is from our store located at: 153/313 Harris St, Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW. Please let us know before you come after placing your order so we can confirm it will be ready then.

Terms and Conditions
We will refund or replace any livestock that arrives DOA (Dead on Arrival) but cannot guarantee your order will arrive on time since we have no control over the postage service. If you have any issues with your order please let us know.

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