Kinda confused. I thought females couldn't or didn't blow bubble nests. Well my female (told was a plakat but someone here says she looks to be a veiled tailed betta) has some bubbles in her setup like a bubble nest only nowhere near as big.
Anyhow, I am curious about her eating behavior. When I got her like a week ago, she did not eat 1 SINGLE bite of food (using freeze dried bloodworms for energy and conditioning) so I waited, tried feeding her, still nothing. Well today, I noticed she was eating quite rapidly and so I have kept adding small amounts at a time after it was gone for like 5 minutes.
Do females that are full of eggs typically go off of food for awhile or was it due to the move? Now my males are not really eating either....Is it just part of them wanting to spawn? My veil tail isn't really building a nest (hes the larger of my 2 males and bigger than my female) but my crown tail has a nice nest coming along but he is smaller than my female....Should I breed my female with my veil tail or crown tail?
No name (veil tail) isn't showing interest in her, but Pearl (crown tail) is showing interest in Peach (female)
Heres pics of them all...
(does she look like a plakat or a veil tail?)