well i was thinking about spawning the female in my avi, she is going to be shipped to me soon. i have no idea what she is a delta or a HM. i have a black orchid CT, but his webbings appear to be "dented" then there is my VT, which i refuse to spawn.
i mean how do you culture them?
like, how big of an container? how do you feed (the culture)? what temp, etc
but thanks Mr.V the thing is, you are telling me not to breed isn't it? you haven't told me directly though, sorry if am wrong, it is just how many times you tell me the bad side of things. i know that it takes much time, i know it takes patience, etc
i actually know a fish breeder (he bred betta's, dicus, angelfish, and other) well he stopped breeding, but he knows things still, i could ask him as well
i haven't really even bought anything yet, only the female. well because i though she looked really awesome though. the 10 was my brothers, 27 i really don't remember how i got it really. also can you give me steps on when to put what and how the amount? thanks
Mr. V just wants to help. he helps me with my questions. :V he breeds for form and fin quality, so he looks for that in fish. the female you bought is beautiful in color, but she may not be in finnage, and he looks at that, rather than color. so, it makes sense that he'd point out all the flaws in finnage in any betta you show him. if he says a betta isn't worth breeding, though, there HAS to be something wrong with it. dip in the head, tumor you may not see, kink in the spine... things like that, or it may be a rose tail, which are known to pass on all kinds of problems, not just in finnage(which is often way heavy).
personally, i think your new female is lovely. she has great color, and obvious breeding/submission bars. i don't know much about finnage, though. x: