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Hi, Just a dumb question; do betta breed certain times a year, or does it occur year-round? I'm looking to find a young betta in Nov/Dec but wasn't sure if that's even possible. Thanks
 

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People breed them year round
Some breeders post the age of their fish when they sell on aquabid and eBay. I see a lot selling at the 4 month mark.
 

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There is no natural breeding season. It's more about the breeder's convenience. Many hobbyists in 4 season areas choose to breed in late spring for heating purposes - by the time temperatures begin to drop, they can rehome the fry and not worry about heating solitary jars.

To my knowledge, those that can sufficiently heat their tanks/jars, breed all year round.
 

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Thanks for the confirmation, that's what I wondered if it can be a bit regulated by conditions.
 
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