Can female bettas live with guppies?
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Hereof, can guppies live with bettas?
Ideally, you should introduce only one betta fish into one aquarium, because they can fight each-other. Usually male betta fish are more aggressive, while females tend to be peaceful. Keeping multiple guppies with one beta fish is the best way to go. This way the betta fish will not be able to focus on one guppy.
One may also ask, will female bettas kill other fish? They are called Siamese fighting fish for a reason. Sometimes, females can be even more aggressive than males, and even more so, bettas or tetras end up biting other fishes fins. It's not a pretty sight.
In this manner, what fish can live with female bettas?
If you're short on time then here's a list of fish that can live with bettas as well as shrimp and snails:
- Ember Tetras.
- Guppies (Under Certain Conditions)
- Harlequin Rasboras.
- Lambchop Rasboras.
- Dwarf Rasboras.
- Pygmy Corys.
- Bronze (Common) Corys.
Can two female bettas live in the same tank?
Female bettas do not fight each other like males do, so they could very well share the same tank, but half a gallon is way too small. If you can, go for a 1o or 15 gallons tank where you can keep 3 or 4 females together and even add a male betta.