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Thread: Female bettas

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    I have a 10g tank can i get 2 female bettas and a male, or 1F 1M or just male or female.

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    depends on how well you decortde it but I think just one male or female is best. otherwise you would hav to remove the female once they spawn.

    2 f 1m is better than 1+1 if you want to try and keep both sexes.

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    Bettas do better when they are kept with other species. However you CAN keep a male with females, despite what most petshops say.

    I have done it, you just need to keep an eye on them. Each betta has their own personality, some are more aggressive than others and may not like its companions. In my experiance I have found that even the most aggressive male (to other males) will be the victim and the females will be the attacker.
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