Your guide to spawning your Betta.
Mouthbrooders grow to be larger than bubblenesters at maturity, and therefore require larger tanks. Breeding tanks for the larger mouthbrooders (B. pugnax) should be at least 20 gallons, whereas the smaller mouthbrooders (B. picta, B. edithae) will do just fine in a 10 gallon.
Mouthbrooders are too large to be housed in jars, as they depend more upon the use of their gills than the labyrinth
Okay, the night before last, we took our mama shrimp out of the breeding tank. All of the eggs were gone and she had shed her skin. There was nothing on her swimmerets, so (according to other info) we moved her back home.
The babies are still too small to see with the naked eye, but we were told that they would be that way until about a week, then we would start to see them.
We got a powder-like fish food geared toward tiny babies (Hikari First Bites) and well... They