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Old 05-24-2015, 04:22 PM   #1201 
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Betta persephone are lovely. Make their water really dark and you will see the best colours. Too many people seem to keep them in clear water, and they look pretty crap until they spawn. I prefer to have my fish look nice all the time.

I found Betta persephone the hardest out of this complex to breed. It seems you have to have everything right for them to want to spawn and for them to leave the eggs alone.
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:24 PM   #1202 
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Betta persephone are lovely. Make their water really dark and you will see the best colours. Too many people seem to keep them in clear water, and they look pretty crap until they spawn. I prefer to have my fish look nice all the time.

I found Betta persephone the hardest out of this complex to breed. It seems you have to have everything right for them to want to spawn and for them to leave the eggs alone.
Thanks for the tips. I will take note.
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Gah I forgot how time-consuming having a puppy is. Lately I feel like I am spending most of my day in the backyard taking Clio to the toilet!

Our main goal this week is to start getting some basic commands into her. So far she is very good with 'Sit' and 'Watch', and I am working on 'Drop', 'Stand', and 'Wait', as well. She's very food motivated and quick to learn, so that does make it easier.

Haven't really been doing much with my fish. I took a few quick snaps just now, but nothing particularly spectacular as I need to clean the glass on some of my tanks.

This is my Betta hendra female. The water in their tank is so dark with rooibos at the moment. Definitely not her best side!



Then this is my biggest F1 Betta uberis. In the first photo I tempted him out with a pen, and in the second photo he was copying his father and chasing off one of his siblings.





Then finally, this is one of my Betta sp. apiapi males. You can see how the red colouring changes under different lighting. There are so many young fish in this tank. I'm not sure what I am going to do with them all. I'm praying for an even gender split, but if not, I'd rather the majority be female as that makes living together a lot easier.



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