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Old 12-16-2009, 09:40 PM   #31 
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She's very pretty!!
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Old 12-16-2009, 10:25 PM   #32 
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she looks quite thin condition her for a good 3 weeks to make sure she has alot of eggs
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Old 12-16-2009, 10:39 PM   #33 
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Thanks dramaqueen

Thats the plan Lethbridge ;)
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both of the females are gorgeous!!!
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Old 12-17-2009, 11:05 PM   #35 
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thanks :)

Any suggestions on good conditioning food besides live?

Im looking at either Atison's Betta Pro or Bio Gold.(leaning more towards Atison's Betta Pro)
Do you think that either one would be a good conditioning food?
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Frozen or freeze dried brine shrimp, daphnia and bloodworms. They don't necessarily have to have live food. Betta bio gold is a good brand . I don't know much about Atison's.
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i would definately recommend going with frozen bloodworms, they are high in protein and fat and will be good conditioning food
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i have freez dried bloodworms and shrimp that i feed all my bettas at least every other day and have flakes for the rest of the food
Ive heard that the freez dried bloodworms arent very good with conditioning but idk

Do you know were i can get frozen bloodworms??

I was thinking Atison's because the description says its a good conditioning food especialy made for the serious betta fish hobiest needs. Or something like that lol
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I am in process of conditioning my bettas, and all I feed them is regular food, the result is that luna is getting fat with eggs, its all about nutrition, not so much what you feed them
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You should be able to get frozen bloodworms at your lfs.
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