Well since some people are breeding bettas, I bred them and making a post about it. These aren't the regular bettas you find, these are a different species of Betta that originate in Borneo, where you mostly find intermediate/highland Nepenthes, they live in small puddles of water and are hidden by trees and plants. The don't enjoy heated tanks and usually will be ok all year without a heater at room temp from 65-75F, they are a cool water tropical fish. They like pH of 5.0- 6.0 very soft water and low light. They breed like any other bettas but hold eggs in the male's mouth until about 10-14 days. The male spits out guppy sized fry and usually mates again in about 4-10 days.