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From: matt (bas7-toronto63-1096577552.dsl.bell.ca)
Subject:         Re: Betta help
Date: November 28, 2006 at 1:40 pm PST

In Reply to: Betta help posted by MomMcKy on November 24, 2005 at 5:49 am:

To see if they are 2 males, firstly, if they puff up and "flare" at each the mirrow, they are males. Wit hthe "eggs", males ( young or excited bettas most often) have a tendency to create what betta lovers call a "bubblenest". This is where the fertilized eggs would be held untill growth. Unless the 2 bettas are with each other, they cannot reproduce with themselves. It isn't a disease. Nothing to worry about. Bettas also have good memory so treat them with care and respect. Don't force them to eat; they may need to get accustomed to your water(75F-82F) or are still stressed out.


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