There is a debate on whether or not a filter is needed in a Betta tank. For larger tanks, especially those with other fish or live plants we recommend using a filter. If you have a very small tank then you don't really need a filter for it. Canister filters are becoming increasingly popular and … Read more about Choosing the Right Canister Filter for Your Betta Fish Tank
Setting Your Tank Up For Plants Benefits to Having Plants Having a healthy plant in your tank will help to improve the water quality by filtering out waste and removing some of the CO2 that's produced by your fish and decomposing food left in the tank. This could also reduce the frequency … Read more about How To Setup an Aquatic Plant Environment For Your Betta
Benefits of live plants for your Betta Fish Health Benefits Like us, your Betta Fish can be psychologically effected by their environment and home, which can have both a positive or negative effect on your little friends stress levels and well being. Having a healthy and stable home … Read more about Live Aquarium Plants for Your Betta Fish
Betta Fish or Siamese Fighting Fish Scientific Name: Betta Splendens (given this scientific name in 1909 after previously being named Macropodus Pugnax) Common Name: Siamese Fighting Fish Genus (groups of animals from the same family): Betta Betta Fish are often referred to as Siamese … Read more about The History of Betta Fish
We Are Sorry to Hear of Your Betta's Passing Unfortunately all fish including betta fish, only live so long. You have made a connection with your fish, watched them grow and flourish within their tanks and fed them daily. The memories you have made with your betta you will keep for a lifetime, … Read more about Betta Burial – Planning the Funeral and Burial of Your Betta Fish
Betta fish begin as small eggs no bigger than 0.03 inches in diameter although within 11 weeks are approximately 1.9 inches long. By seven months old the Betta's fins have reached maximum growth and it's length will lie between 3 to 4 inches. It is important to keep in mind that the size and growth … Read more about Betta Growth From Birth
Color As you have probably noticed the differing colors and patterns of Betta Fish seem endless. Common in aquariums are red and blue variations of Betta fish but they also come in black, yellow, turquoise, orange, white, multi colors, marble and metallic. Betta Color Variations The following are … Read more about Different Color Variations of Betta Fish
Yes bettas can live in a filterless tank/bowl but sometimes you get tired of having to clean his tank every week or every other week. I have several tanks of varying sizes and decided that anything over 2 gallons needed a filter. I saw the air filters (have a sponge that your air tube fits into). … Read more about Air Filters for Betta-Good or Bad?