Certainly this is not ich which presents with multiple tiny white spots, resembling salt or sugar crystals, scattered over the fish, usually heavier in the fins and tail. As FO pointed out, raising the temperature to 80 degrees will do nothing for ich and this is the recommended temperature to keep bettas anyway.
Because bettas are called Siamese fighting fish for a reason. They are territorial to the max and will attack whatever hapless fish stumbles into their territory. And attack is about right. Fight to the death at times is right too given how for some bettas their motto to live by is kill or be killed. And you want to put a fish with that mentality in with some playful zebra danios? Do they get.
It is contagious, but bettas will more than likely recover if treated promptly. uSYMPTOMS: Betta has white cottony like patches on its body or head. He may be less active, may have stopped eating, fins may be clumped, color may be pale. uTREATMENT: Do a full jar water change.White clouds eat the same sort of food as Bettas, which will make your life easier. Bloodworms, fish food flakes and brine shrimp will all be happily eaten up. White Clouds do tend to prefer colder water in a temperature range of 60-75F, so you’ll need to set your heater so that it keeps the water at no more then 75F to ensure they can live together well. Keep an eye on the temperature so.White Cellophane Koi Halfmoon Betta (Released!) With all its splendid glory, this White Cellophane Koi Halfmoon Betta is a joy to observe. He flares well and has good form. He eats readily and loves to show off his radiant self. Look at the pictures and video and judge this beauty yourself. Age: About 3.5 months old. Size: Medium. Categories: 2nd 30 Bettas Sold, All Bettas Sold!, Halfmoon.
Bettas can also lose color naturally, especially if they have the marble gene. If your betta is turning black you shouldn’t worry too much, unless they’re showing other signs of illness. Your betta turning white could be caused by columnaris, anchor worms, ich, stress, and fin rot.Read More
The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens), also known as the betta, is a popular fish in the aquarium trade. Bettas are a member of the gourami family and are known to be highly territorial. Males in particular are prone to high levels of aggression and will attack each other if housed in the same tank. If there is no means of escape, this will usually result in the death of one or both of.Read More
Wild bettas prefer a smaller tank with a size of 2.5-10 gallon which should be planted, filtered and heated, bio-topes are usually the best option as these are tanks that mimic their natural habitat and has beneficial tannin that the wild bettas love which is making them more comfortable in their surroundings. Dried almond leaves are a great simple source for tannin, I usually use half a leaf.Read More
I recommend female Bettas to anyone that wants to keeps tropical fish. I have been keeping several female Bettas together for several years in a 29 gallon tank. I love the variety of beautiful colors and fin styles the girls have to offer. Not quite as magnificent as a male Betta, but you can keep lots of girls together. I now have a 45 gallon tank full of female Bettas. You need to purchase.Read More
Bettas live longer, healthier lives in real aquariums, as opposed to bowls. Mostly, the combination of heated and filtered water helps bettas thrive. Bettas come from the tropics and therefore need water whose temperature is between 74 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. Clean water improves their health substantially -- but most betta bowls cannot accommodate a filter, so water changes are your duty.Read More
Betta These Bettas are another type of unique fish. They display spots all along their bodies, as well as shimmering metallic scales. Another beautiful betta! Pictures: These pictures were taken by our team here, they may not show all the metallic colors as nicely as a professional picture by Dr. Tom, but we hope they'll do for now! These are Magnificent Premium Quality Betta Fish at a bargain.Read More
The female bettas tend to have simpler coloring and features, and over the years these differences have been exaggerated through breeding, with males increasingly bred for bright coloration and long, flowing fins and tails. Little effort has been made to selectively breed such traits in the female fish.Read More
Males are the more vivid in color, while females coloration is subdued. Sometimes bettas change color. A betta fish may change color for a few reasons, among them stress, illness and age. Stress. The most common reason for bettas to lose their coloration is stress. Pet stores often house them in small containers, packing the fish side by side on tiny shelves. Fish in these small containers.Read More
Pet shops, discount superstores, florists, and even websites sell bettas who are forced to live in minuscule cups, small bowls, and even flower vases. Many people who buy these fish on a whim don’t know enough—if anything—about proper betta care, which is more complex and expensive than they realize. On this page, learn why you should never buy bettas (or any other animal) from a pet.Read More
Ich are tiny white pests that latch onto your betta's face and body, causing itchiness as well as general malaise. They remain on the fish for four days. After four days, they detach from the fish and float down into the tank to multiply. This lasts for a day before the Ich finish reproducing. The new Ich then swim around the tank for two days before attaching to your fish again and restarting.Read More