Betta bellica for Sale | Slim fighting fish are the largest bubblenester of the Betta family

Betta bellica Betta bellica The Betta family's biggest bubble nester is the Slender Betta. Some of their names are striped fighting fish, bellicose fighting fish, green jungle fighting fish, and striped fighting fish. The Betta bellica complex is made up of two different species. Betta bellica is one of those species. Betta simorum is the other type of fish. The International Betta Congress says that this type of fish can live in pairs, species tanks, or community tanks. Pairs can live in a 20-gallon tank, and groups should live in a 55-gallon tank or bigger. The water should be soft, acidic, and well-filtered, and the temperature should be in the high 70s to low 80s F. The Bellicose fighting fish live in bubble nests. They are named based on where the specimen was found. The males are brighter in color and have pointed dorsal, caudal, and anal fins, while the females are rounder. B. bellica is on the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species, but it isn't as important as other species. Peat swamp forests are a habitat that is in danger because many of them have been turned into paddy, pineapple, or oil palm plantations or used for something else (Ng et al. 1994).

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Betta bellica - Wikipedia
IUCN RED LIST Betta bellica (Slender Betta, Slim Betta, Striped Betta)
Betta bellica - International Betta Congress
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