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Crowntail Betta Female Reg.

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The Betta fish has the scientific name of Betta splendens, and it is native to freshwater settings in Southeast Asia (including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam). There are many You can house Betta fish with other species if chosen carefully. However, you must watch the aquarium activity and be prepared to act.

Avoid tankmates with aggressive behaviors or that are larger than the Crowntail. Tankmates with large fins may become targets of nipping.

Bottom-dwelling species, like catfish, are a good choice. Tankmates that live towards the lower levels of the aquarium will not swim in the middle or upper layers that Betta fish prefer.

Peaceful species, especially those with smaller fins, can make potential tankmates. Consider something like neon tetras that will add color and motion to the fish tank but will not act aggressively towards your pet Crowntail.

Ghost or Red Cherry shrimp can live in a Betta fish tank. You might also consider an African Dwarf frog or two.
 with different tail aesthetics.

You can house Betta fish with other species if chosen carefully. However, you must watch the aquarium activity and be prepared to act.

Avoid tankmates with aggressive behaviors or that are larger than the Crowntail. Tankmates with large fins may become targets of nipping.

Bottom-dwelling species, like catfish, are a good choice. Tankmates that live towards the lower levels of the aquarium will not swim in the middle or upper layers that Betta fish prefer.

Peaceful species, especially those with smaller fins, can make potential tankmates. Consider something like neon tetras that will add color and motion to the fish tank but will not act aggressively towards your pet Crowntail.

Ghost or Red Cherry shrimp can live in a Betta fish tank. You might also consider an African Dwarf frog or two.if chosen carefully. However, you must watch the aquarium activity and be prepared to act.

Avoid tankmates with aggressive behaviors or that are larger than the Crowntail. Tankmates with large fins may become targets of nipping.

Bottom-dwelling species, like catfish, are a good choice. Tankmates that live towards the lower levels of the aquarium will not swim in the middle or upper layers that Betta fish prefer.

Peaceful species, especially those with smaller fins, can make potential tankmates. Consider something like neon tetras that will add color and motion to the fish tank but will not act aggressively towards your pet Crowntail.

Ghost or Red Cherry shrimp can live in a Betta fish tank. You might also consider an African Dwarf frog or two.

Adult Size 2.5 – 3 inches
Average Lifespan 2 – 3 years
Ease of Care Easy to Medium
Native To Domestic Bred
Min. Tank Size 5 gallon aquarium
Water Type Freshwater Species
Temp. Range 76 – 80 deg. Fahrenheit
Compatibility Typical Betta aggression
Crowntail Diet

Carnivore/high-protein