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  1. Betta Fish Care
    I just got my first import in the mail today. She is very active and healthy. She is also very hungry, but wont eat the food I give her, she goes after it, grabs it, spits it out and then hunts down another. I have come to the realization that she may never have had pellet or frozen food before...
  2. Betta Fish Marketplace
    Shipping cost start at $8. Payment is Via PayPal goods and services option. I only ship within the continental US. If you have any questions feel free to ask. Note: all live plants are WYSIWYG (what you see if what you get). All live plants are snail/pest free! Water sprite Aka...
  3. Breeding Betta Fish
    hey guys, so i just started my DIY hatchery and i was wondering if it were possible to raise them to adulthood in the bottle if i just kept the salinity in check, feed them spirnulia algae and did WC every few weeks.
  4. Betta Fish Marketplace
    These are healthy microworms cultured using only instant mash potato and yeast. Our cultures are cycled weekly to maintain quality. Microworms are a perfect food for small egg layer fry such as bettas, they contain protein that small fry need to grow. These are the same worms that we feed our...
  5. Breeding Betta Fish
    What should betta fry eat for the different stages in their life? And how do you grow and harvest live food cultures? And one extra question: I know that fry should be fed in small portions 3-4 times a day as opposed to 1 big portion each day. If you have to go somewhere, and you'll be gone most...
  6. Betta Fish Marketplace
    We have live microworm cultures for sale! Each culture is guaranteed healthy. All cultures are cycled weekly. Shipping for live food within the US is only $1.00. Sale! Java ferns are on sale, three for the price of one. Each fern is about 4" long. These ferns were grown under blue light...
  7. Betta Fish Care
    Hello betta enthusiasts :-D I went kayaking today in a freshwater pond/lake and plucked a moss-like plant out of the water, thinking I might be able to get it clean enough to grow it in my tank, though when I got it in a cup of water a ton of different larvae were in the water and swam out of...
  8. Betta Fish Care
    After the tragic death of Teddy Salad, SIP, I have decided to get a new beautiful Betta. I have most equipment that I need, except a better water testing kit, and food! Do different types of Bettas need different types of food? Is live food a good idea? If so, does anyone have any suggestions...
  9. Betta Fish Care
    I probably wont be owning another for a couple of years upon my parents request but I'd still like to be prepared for when I can own bettas again. I'd prefer to raise my own live food in it's own tank (2 or 3 gallon) if possible. I know microworms can be raised pretty easily but aren't those...
  10. Betta Fish Care
    I have read that as part of conditioning your fish for breeding you can feed them live food such as brine shrimp or blood worms, but I am having trouble finding live ones. All I have seen locally is freeze dried or frozen. Can anyone suggest some good resources for buying live food?
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