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Old 28-12-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Betta fries grown up.

I am new to betta. Just started and have a question.

How long can I keep the fries in the same tank ?

I have a few batches. First batch is already 1.5cm exclude tail. Smaller ones about 0.8cm.

About 30 ++ pcs of them.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 28-12-2014, 07:48 PM   #2
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Hi, you can jar the bigger and aggressive ones first.
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Hi, you can jar the bigger and aggressive ones first.
You mean now or at what size I have to jar them ?

Can I keep them by sizes on different tank for different fish sizes ?
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I just let them grow in a community tank together. Do not separate them when they're are still young. Just let them. grow together. Usually I'll jar them when they're 3 months old.
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I just let them grow in a community tank together. Do not separate them when they're are still young. Just let them. grow together. Usually I'll jar them when they're 3 months old.
Oh, thank you.

Guess you were saying at 3 months old some will start to fight and we need to jar them, right ?

I was thinking if it is possible to keep many pieces together as long as posible.

I know and doing so for female with guppies in 2.5x1.5x1.5 tank, No problem so far. But havenot try with mix males in it.

If any bro or sis know how to keep it. Please share your experience. Else I will jar them at 3months old and sell away or FOC.
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I have a community tank of rainbowfish, rocket fish, corydoras, rams, gobies... with 3 male bettas in them! Not sure about the male + female mix though...
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