This. Props for taking good care of her!I have a baby betta as well
I believed it was a rather plain looking female, and bought her because I figured nobody else would. I have her in a heated, filtered 2.5 gallon soft flowing betta bow.
I keep the temperature at 83 degrees F and the water crystal clean .
Feed her tropical flakes , which she devours .Crushed betta pellets, which she devours . Sometimes crushed bloodworms , which she devours . I gave her a bit of a cooked pea the other day . She devoured it.
Normally she gets fed small amounts of the above mentioned fish food twice a day .
Her tank is decorated with velvet plants and a hollow log
I have had her for almost two weeks . She is surprisingly developing very colourful blue and red markings on her tail and fins
Her name is Delta. She is noticeably growing and is full of life
I am also new to taking care of babies . Is there anyone out there who can tell me if I am missing something?
You can expect to drop $12-$20 dollars (in America, anyway) for a small heater, and maybe $3 for a thermometer. Most heaters have suction cups that stick to the side of the tank, or you can just stick them in your gravel or something.Thank you! This was very helpful and I will keep all of it in mind. How much do heaters cost? And I have a bowl, so is it something it would sit in the bowl, or be clipped to the side.. orrrr what? Also, I clean the bowl, the rocks, and the plants, every saturday. Is that frequent enough?