Betta breviobesus for Sale | Kapuas are sexually diamorphic paternal mouthbrooders
Betta breviobesus, which are also called Kapuas, are paternal mouthbrooders. The male incubates the eggs for 12 to 18 days, with 14 days being the most consistent. Usually, the females start the spawning process, and the length of time the eggs stay in the water can change depending on the water temperature. The Betta pugnax complex is made up of B. breviobesus. Pairs can live in species tanks, community tanks, or pairs tanks. A pair of Kapuas can live in a 10 gallon tank, but a group of them needs at least a 30 gallon tank. This species likes to hide in places like caves and plants. Males have a bigger head than females, as well as a tail spike and longer pelvic fins that are typical of B. pugnax complex.
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