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Old 10-27-2014, 09:16 PM   #761 
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Imbellis, the peaceful betta. That's what is says in a book I have.

Would an imbellis sorority have a better chance at being successful since they don't have the same aggression level as splendens do? Or is a stupid idea? Like a sorority full of female goldfish. Should I just add male & female imbellis together and stop bothering everybody with my nonsense.

I don't want a bunch of fry. That's why I'm attracted to the idea of a sorority.

I'm just really ascared of putting a bunch of cute lil' female bettas in a tank and it turning into a blood bath.
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Old 11-15-2014, 04:58 AM   #762 
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I think I might eventually try a sorority in a 20g I hope to get. Maybe next year during the summer, we'll see. I would get girls from a breeder, but my main issue with that is I don't want them all looking alike/too similar. Lol just makes it hard to keep track of who is who. I was thinking of looking for someone spawning marbles or dragons to get a nice variety, plus I love both. Wouldn't be picky on tail types though, other than doubles, but I do like CT females :3

Forgive my babbling. I'm just day dreaming
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