Hello. I know I'm new to this Forum but I just got two new Bettas today, the second was unexpected. She was marked as a female Betta, but what threw me off was how tiny she was. She's so small that the cup she was in seemed massive, and when I tried to feed her a half of a soaked pellet, she had trouble with it. Thankfully I replaced it with a pellet hat I had to crush into pieces of almost dust. Anyways, I plan on getting some brine shrimp tomorrow for her from my LFS store that breeds and raises them.
Anyways, are there any other tips anyone can give me about raising her for the next few months. I,ve never had one this small, and I've never raised Betta Fry. She's so young that she has only a hint or two of color. Right now I have her in a 2.5 gallon setup with lid, light, heater set at 78-80F, and a filter of which I slowed down and added a piece of filter sponge on the intake so she wont get sucked into it. The decor includes gravel, a felt plant, and two smooth aquarium decorations. And yes, I know the basics of how to care for Bettas if anyone's wondering. I have 5 other males. Thankyou.
A few pics of her. Sorry about the resolution. YOu can't see it to well, but she's completely see-through. :