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Old 08-29-2009, 08:52 PM   #41 
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she was just going to wate for about a month and find more ancers then bread
and i know her persanly
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:54 PM   #42 
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You are saying you thought she was ready to breed and that she knew enough info. At the time this forum was active, she didn't have enough info. And I was saying that you have a lot to learn about bettas by the way you were talking.

But like DQ said, she said she wasn't breeding bettas...so there is really nothing left to talk about on that case.
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she was just going to wate for about a month and find more ancers then bread
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Ancers: A ceramic company in Argentina.

Bread: Made of dough. I prefer potato myself.
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Take it from a breeder, betta breeding ISN'T easy. You can't just throw them in a bowl and when the fry hatch feed them flakes. It's a delicate process that requires months of research and preperation.

I wrote this article on betta breeding and still that's just MY way. There are many different ways of breeding and it's best to look at each
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the quote above the ting i quoted
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You are saying you thought she was ready to breed and that she knew enough info. At the time this forum was active, she didn't have enough info. And I was saying that you have a lot to learn about bettas by the way you were talking.

But like DQ said, she said she wasn't breeding bettas...so there is really nothing left to talk about on that case.
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