Wine Red Fighting Betta
Category: Aquarium Fish Other
Wine Red Fighting Betta is a variety of soft water fish that comes from the Belontiidae family. This fish variety hails from Southeast Asia and they are ideal aquarium varieties. These fish breeds prefer a soft, acidic water environment, with the temperature of the water ranging from 77 degree Fahrenheit to 81 degree Fahrenheit. The Wine Red Fighting Betta fish variety is largely found in clear and black water stretches in the southern peninsular area of Malaysia, particularly from Muar, and also close to Jambi in the central part of Sumatra.
The Wine Red Fighting Betta is a small, non-violent fish and has a maximum body length of 2.25 inches. This fish breed is a handsome fish variety, which has fairly a narrow body. The body of these fish varieties is rather variable reddish-brown in color, with paler longitudinal lines. The male fish breed appears with a dark mark on the flanks with the bluish-green iridescence and bluish-white bordering to their caudal and dorsal fins.
Wine Red Fighting Betta fish varieties are omnivores, and they feed on algae and plant matter in the wild. In the aquarium, they are fed with fresh, live foods, freeze-dehydrated and deep frozen foods.
When Wine Red Fighting Betta fish varieties attain the spawning situation, the female fish breeds build up a greenish line down their body sides, whereas the male breeds develop a typical flank marking, bordered with white. The female fish lays eggs in fairly small batches, usually between 30 and 60 small size eggs in bubble nests, with the diameter of 2 inches. Generally, the fry are fairly delicate, and, similar to the adults, they can be susceptible to velvet infection. These fish varieties can be nurtured on a proprietary childhood food and infusoria in the beginning, earlier than they are accustomed to brine shrimp nauplii.
It is probable to leave these fish jointly as a family collection because usually, the adult fish breeds do not harm their young ones. The young Betta fish are removed when they attain the age of two months. The female breeds that spawn during their first year will construct moderately small broods.
The average lifespan of the Wine Red Fighting Betta fish breed ranges from 3 years to 5 years.