High-grade Male Betta / Fighter Fish... ( Read More )
The Betta fish, also known as the fighter or siamese fighting fish, is one of the most popular choices in the aquarium hobby and a favorite option for planted nano aquariums due to their ability to adapt well in smaller volumes. Warmer temperatures (24.5 to 26.5 degree Celcius) and clean water conditions are required to keep this fish happy and in good health. Bettas are highly territorial, males should not be housed with others of the same kind. A varied diet should be fed sparingly, high quality special diets are available in our dry food and frozen food pages. Recommended tank mates include snails, bottom feeders, and schooling fish in aquariums that provide enough space and shelter.
- Scientific Name:
- Betta splendens
- Maximum Size:
- 4 cm to 6 cm (varies by type)
- 23 °C to 28 °C
- pH Range:
- 5.0 to 7.0
- Stendker Discus:
- Dwarf Shrimps:
The photograph on this page is the actual Betta fish that you will receive. The length and size of the fish varies depending on each individual fish and considered average Betta size. The colors may fade during transport and it is the buyer's full responsibility to provide the proper environment for the fish to regain its color and strength. Shipping Policy and Terms & Conditions must be read before placing an order.
Dry goods are dispatched daily and can take 1 to 5 working days to arrive.
Live fish, live plants, and frozen food require 2 to 7 working days or more due to special handling requirements.
All our live stocks are thoroughly tested and quarantined before packing and guaranteed to arrive free of tapeworms or diseases.
Important to note that small tropical fish and inverts lose color during transport and will arrive pale or white, a proper environment and diet is needed to regain coloration.
Any death or illnss of live animals after being added to an aquarium cannot be replaced or refunded. If such problems are encountered then it is connected to aquarium conditions or noncompatible tank mates (e.g. mixing with fish or plants from other sources).
Fish acclimation to a new aquarium is the sole responsibility of the buyer and not the Discus.ae delivery team.