Twice now, we have awoken to find what appears to be a bubble nest in Sookie's tank. Before anyone asks, no, there is no possibility she is a male.
That is Sookie.
That is Sookie.
how do you know for sure shes a female? im not second guessing you im just curious. Im new to bettas and ive only ever had males. the only way i know how to tell the difference is tail length haha
LOL! "he tried to hump her" made me giggle. Females can blow bubble nests. It's not normal but they can and do.Her fins down below her belly (not sure what they're called) are a lot shorter than a males and she has an egg spot. And Gandalf tried to hump her when they had a divided tank and he got onto her side.
I didn't know how to put it more delicately. He squeezed onto her side and... shenanigans ensued.LOL! "he tried to hump her" made me giggle. Females can blow bubble nests. It's not normal but they can and do.
She doesn't have a giant beard. She did kinda whip him away, but she didn't nip at him or anything. What's strange is that the nest is right near the filter output.yeah. Unless she's got a giant beard and tried to kill your other male, which by the sounds of it, she didn't then its a girl. They do blow bubble nests though. I've heard as some going so far as to put their own unfertilized eggs in the nest
She doesn't have fin rot. Those clear spots in the middle of her tail have always been there. The rough edges are from a snag, I think. She doesn't have that as we speak.Some of my more aggressive gals, and bigger gals tend to make nests xD she definitely looks like a she.
Does she have fin rot? or did she get snagged?