Can you put a female betta with a male?
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Also to know is, will a male betta kill a female?
The betta female will typically not kill the male. They will normally go peacefully together but they are an aggressive species and the male might also surprise you by attacking the female. The best way here is to introduce a fish with an adjacent tank.
Also, how do you introduce a female betta to a male? The female should be introduced to the male in a fairly large tank with plant cover where the female can hide if the male gets overly aggressive. The female should be gravid, the male, healthy, and the temperature should be 80 degrees F.
Accordingly, what happens if you put a male betta and a female betta together?
If you plan on keeping male and female bettas together the two most common ways are by keeping 1 male and 1 female. And of course, remember, that while it is possible to keep male and female bettas together, in most cases, they will be happier in separate tanks.
What fish can you put with a male betta?
- Cory catfish.
- Neon and ember tetras.
- Ghost shrimp.
- African dwarf frogs.
- Kuhli loaches.