One Spot Mouthbrooder - Betta unimaculata Betta unimaculata
One Spot Mouthbrooder


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One Spot Mouthbrooder - Betta unimaculata

Species name: Betta unimaculata


Common Names: One Spot Mouthbrooder

Family: Belontiidae

Order: Perciformes

Class: Actinopterygii

Maximum size: 12 cm / 5 inches

Environment: freshwater

Origin: Borneo

Temperament: Peaceful

Company: Betta unimaculata (One Spot Mouthbrooder) can be kept with other peaceful species.

Water parameters: Temperature 20-28ºC / 68-82°F; pH 6.0 - 8.0

Aquarium setup: Betta unimaculata (One Spot Mouthbrooder) should be kept in a well oxygenated aquarium and regural water changes should be made as the species prefer fresh (“new”) water. The aquarium should be well covered because the fish can jump very high and if there is a hole they will find it. Decorat the aquarium with dense vegetation and floating plants. The length of the aquarium should be at least 100 cm / 40 inches.

Feeding: Betta unimaculata (One Spot Mouthbrooder) accepts most frozen and live food but prefers worms and insects.

Breeding: Unknown.

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One Spot Mouthbrooder - Betta unimaculata