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Old 07-10-2012, 12:09 AM   #11 
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Well I'm kinda in a hurry to get started. One of my females are so full with egg that she has begun swimming an angle almost sideways. I wanted to get her bred to relieve the stress. So hence the needs for micro worms from a local source.

I could use a female halfmoon Betta to bread and haven't been able to source one. I don't feel comfortable with buying and having one shipped out to me.
Females always have eggs! You can't breed her for the full three years of her lifetime just to relieve stress! You know how many eggs you would have???

Where does everyone get this relieve stress business... For a female, having eggs in her belly is a natural state. If you want to relieve her stress, keep her water clean.

Don't be in a hurry. Take your time and be properly prepared if you REALLY want to breed bettas. The female can wait, trust me. She'll probably thank you for being properly prepared.

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