He gets food when it’s all wet and he breaks all thorough the day and eats. I had a lot of issues naming my male betta just because it seemed like every name I liked just didn’t suit him.But at the end of the day the plate is super clean. – A new addition – blue-black-red Rose tail halfmoon – almost dying when I brought him home. Maybe that sounds stupid but I’m a big believer in a name suiting a person or animal that holds it.
Still swim while wiggling, I think he also had breeding defect, can’t see me until tilts his head sidewise, then makes himself straight again., mostly wiggles, rather swimming, just like EMERALD. – When came was so happy built a bubble nest immediately, but with last change of 100 % water, he is kind of sick, very lethargic, although eating, mostly floating, not swimming, but didn’t have bulgy stomach either. I’ve had bad luck with betta fish an they seem to always die on me. I named my Bettas all with names starting with the letter B.
He is currently under Pimafix treatment – probably improving. As a newby i made a mistake on my first name for my betta. I often tried to figure out why they always die on me but couldn’t figure it out. Barbara was the last one to die tell I gave up on the betta fish.
Very shy guy, hiding in trees, probably water change shocked him. I always prefer japanese names for my bettas like Naruto, Takeshi, Akira or Kitaro and for my godfish it´s the same 😀 I have a small filter setup for all my tanks. I just bought a 10 gallon aquarium and I’m Male beta fish to go inside of it.
Went to a couple of different places just to choose the most beautiful male I defined.
Can flare others, still a little shy, but comes to me and follows directions well. – red-white halfmoon — came normal, strong black bread, great bully, even to bully to my 9 year old son. — Pink blue half moon – very adaptive, survived from floor and cabinet after jumping. I really do have that many betta in my tank though and my poor daughter tries to name each of them but forgets which one is which.