Blue Siamese Fighter £4.95 - passive fish but only one male fighter fish per tank, or they fight to the death
The Male Halfmoon Betta is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish. These freshwater fish are known best for their beautiful fins and color. Bettas can breathe from their labyrinth organ which enables the fish to breathe from the surface. Minimum tank size: 1/4 gallon
The Betta or Siamese Fighting Fish is readily available and inexpensive, though the more exotic varieties will be higher priced. Females usually cost less than males.
Amazing silver/red copper crown tail male betta Siamese fighting fish
Red Betta male Siamese Fighting Fish
Numerous female Betta Splendens specimens can generally do well in community tanks made up of others of serene dispositions. The females are usually fine together, but if they’re not, you have to split them up. It’s also important to avoid allowing the females to reside alongside other fish that have tendencies of biting fins. Siamese fighting fish in general are often equipped with elongated fins, and because of that are frequently the targets of fin-hungry types, notably various barbs and characins.Male Betta Splendens are extremely territorial creatures, both out in nature and in captivity. The females are typically nowhere near as focused on monitoring turf as the males. Scuffles between Betta Splendens out in their native habitats sometimes last for as long as 15 minutes. When you place Siamese fighting fish in tanks, always consider how much individual space they can get. The more room they have to themselves, the less frustration and anxiety they’ll feel. Less anxiety and frustration often lead to minimized truculence, which is definitely a good thing.Male Betta Splendens are 100 percent incompatible with other males from their species, period. When they’re around each other, they behave extremely fiercely, with lots of fin ripping. Their battles often result in deadly consequences. Save yourself the heartache of one — or more — of your fish passing away by always housing the males apart. Males can live solo or in community tanks free of any other Siamese fighting fish males. Always select harmonious tank mates for male Siamese fighting fish. The males are equipped with lengthier fins than the females and as a result are big focuses of pestering from fish that enjoy biting fins. Male Siamese fighting fish are often extremely pesky to the females of the species, often to a violent degree — although it’s possible that they’ll breed. It’s generally best to avoid allowing boy and girl Siamese fighting fish to live together.Bettas are domesticated freshwater tropical fish derived of a native fish of Thailand. The wild bettas are less colorful and have smaller fins than the domesticated variety. However, the differences between the sexes remain in the domesticated bettas, even if they are less pronounced. Bettas are commonly referred to as Siamese fighting fish due to the males' aggressive nature.