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Betta Care Made Easy

An Easy, Step-by-step System To Maximize Your Bettas Health And Energy Your Betta Will Thrive For Years To Come! The book opens, explaining about the betta fish and actually helped me fall in love with my pet all over again. Its obvious that Adam Short cares for betta hobbyists and wants to do his part in educating us. He also covers the infamous Betta Vase which I was so happy about. Considering that it has become a fad, I was please to see how strongly against it he is. He covers so many topics such as: diseases and cures, an aquarium checklist, water temperature and levels, filters and even the hidden dangers that lurk in your tank of which most of us are unaware. He also included a free bonus gift with the download which was so enlightening! He ends the book with several pages of Faqs. Actually, there were so many questions that I wanted to have answers, and he covered them all. Honestly, I feel like a betta expert now. And you will to. Being a skeptic, I never buy or download anything on the internet. But when I got to that part, it was so painless and easy, that I trusted it. So happy I did. Continue reading...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Adam Short
Official Website: www.bettafishcenter.com
Price: $14.77

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Betta Lovers Guide

Bettas Don't Have to be Complicated. You will learn: The ideal water temperature, thoroughly tested by 27 expert breeders, to keep a betta's tank. Water temperature is extremely important. It can make your fish lively (not sluggish) and even keep destructive bacteria to a minimum so that your Betta is happy and healthy. I also reveal how you can keep the water temperature at that ideal level. When you put a betta into a brand new tank, there can often be high levels of ammonia build-up, which makes your fish sick. You'll learn how to avoid that, using my very private seeding method. Learn what the best food is to give your betta and why. You'll also learn what treats should only be given in moderation. You won't need to worry anymore about whether you're feeding your betta nourishing foods, since you'll know what exactly to do. Continue reading...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Marcus Song
Official Website: bettalovers.com
Price: $27.00

Betta Fish Secrets

There is an amazing new guide called Betta Fish Secrets. It covers everything you need to know about keeping healthy Betta fish and breeding them. The Ultimate Guide To Learning How To Keep And Breed Betta Fish Successfully. Here's just a fraction of what you'll learn: The ideal tank size for your betta fish. Get this wrong and disaster could strike. The quick check list of everything you must have before you even think about buying your betta fish. How to get the right water your fish will thrive in. Where you should place your betta fish in your room. The basics of water chemistry. The advantages and disadvantages of adding plants. How to know when the tank is ready for fish. Quick tips on how to pick the best betta's in the shop. do this wrong and you'll have problems from the start. What size betta fish you should buy and the best size for beginners. What tank mates will go well with your betta fish. Andwhat you must avoid ever putting in the same tank. Discover how long will your betta fish live. Questions you must ask the seller, this alone will help you loads. The 6 Step System for setting up your new betta aquarium.

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Mike Worthington
Official Website: www.betta-fish-expert.com
Price: $17.77

Halfmoon Betta Fish Guide

Halfmoon Betta Fish Guide A practical, proven-to-work compilation of. 110 pages of Halfmoon Betta Fish information. You'll find out the evolution of Betta species to achieve the perfect Halfmoon Betta Fish that you see nowadays. How to avoid being con by Fish Shops or sellers simply claiming their long-finned betta fish a Halfmoon Betta Fish. Today's Halfmoon Betta Fish show standards. Requirements and. appearances that qualify as a true Halfmoon. Simple yet effective tips for obtaining your first healthy, desease-free Halfmoon Betta Fish. How to select the correct features that is a must, in Male and Female. Halfmoon Betta Fishes. The little known secrets on how environmental factors affect the. Halfmoon Betta Fish. The surprising tips on water changing and water chemistry. (i.e. Why some hobbyist have beautiful Halfmoons although they perform less frequent water changes compared to you!). He will help you know exactly what food betta take in the wild and also. commercially, and how can we make use of these information to plan a nutritious and balanced diet for your Halfmoon Betta Fish. How to become a responsible hobbyist and not just a Halfmoon Betta Fish owner, and how your Halfmoons respond to your care. Don't only wonder on the beauty of your Halfmoon Betta Fish. Its your right to have the knowledge on the gorgeous finnage, color and pattern. of your beloved pet. In here, step-by-step explanation on Halfmoon Betta. Fish genetics are discussed clearly. Before you spawn your Halfmoon Betta Fish, you need to visualize the outcome of the spawn including finnage and coloration. Many hobbyist fail to do this resulting in unwanted offspring and time wasted. I will help. you understand on the pairing and maintaining of Halfmoon strains so. that you won't end up disappointed if the outcome is not what you expected.

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Contents: Ebook
Author: Brandon Walter
Official Website: www.bettafishtips.com
Price: $15.95

Siamese Fighting Fish Betta splendens

Physical characteristics Siamese fighting fish reach a length of about 2 inches (6 centimeters). They have a long tube-shaped body. Some species have large fanlike dorsal, anal, and tail fins. Wild Siamese fighting fish have a bluish body and blue and red fins. There are two shiny marks on the gill cover. Males have larger fins and are more brightly colored than females. Geographic range Siamese fighting fish live in Southeast Asia and in areas where they have been accidentally released, such as Florida, in the United States. Habitat Siamese fighting fish live in standing water with dense plant life, especially rice paddies and canals. They may dig into the Siamese fighting fish are well known for their aggressive behavior, especially against males in their own species. ( A. N. T. Photo Researchers, Inc. Reproduced by permission.) Siamese fighting fish are well known for their aggressive behavior, especially against males in their own species. ( A. N. T. Photo Researchers, Inc....

Siamese fighting fish

Betta splendens Osphronemidae Betta splendens Regan, 1910, Menam River Mae Nam Chao Phraya , Thailand. English Betta French Combatant, combattant du Siam German Siamesischer Kampffisch Spanish Combatiente siam s. This species is well known for its prominently developed aggressive behavior, especially against conspecific males. Confined to small tanks, males fight until one of them is killed. In Thailand, various breeds of Betta splendens are used in popular fighting matches in which people bet on the outcome.

Pearl gourami

Osphronemidae English Diamond gourami, lace gourami, mosaic gourami French Gourami mosa que, gourami perl German Mosaikfadenfisch Spanish Gurami perla, Gurami mosaico. Length 4.7 in (12 cm). Body laterally compressed with short dorsal fin of 5-7 fin spines and 8-10 soft rays long anal fin with 12-14 spines and 25-30 soft rays. Pelvic fins with an extremely prolonged first soft ray behind the spine, followed by four short soft rays. This pelvic filament reaches up to two-thirds of the fish's total length, is highly movable in all three dimensions, and is used as an organ of taste because its surface is covered with numerous taste buds. A tactile function has also been demonstrated. Males can be distinguished from females by the posterior rays of the soft dorsal and soft anal fin being prolonged and projecting beyond the fin membrane. Coloration of the body consists of a grayish background, with numerous bright white spots all over the body and fins (hence the name pearl gourami), a...

Giant gourami

Osphronemidae French Gourami g ant German Riesengurami Spanish Gurami gigante, gurami comestible. Nothing is known about the behavior of the giant gourami in the wild. The giant gourami is omnivorous, feeding on plants, smaller vertebrates, invertebrates, and even dead animals.

Pronunciation Guide for Scientific Names

Batrachoidiformes BAT-truh-KOY-duh-FOR-meez Beloniformes BEL-uh-nuh-FOR-meez Benthosema pterotum ben-THOS-uh-muh tair-AH-dum Beryciformes BY-ris-uh-FOR-meez Betta splendens BED-uh SPLEN-dunz Blennioidei BLEH-nee-OY-dee-EYE Bothus lunatus BAH-thuhs LOO-nah-tuhs Botia macracanthus boh-TEE-uh MAK-ruh-KAN-thuhs Callionymoidei kuh-LON-ee-MOY-dee-EYE Campostoma anomalum KAM-puh-STOH-muh uh-NOM-uh-lum

Evolution and systematics

The labyrinth fishes were first recognized as a natural assemblage by Cuvier and Valenciennes in 1831, but included the Channidae (snakeheads), in addition to the current family Anabantoidei. Bleeker (1859, 1879) added the luciocephalids (pikeheads) to this group. Jordan (1923) recognized six families, including Luciocephalus and Channidae. In 1963, Liem restricted the anabantoids to the families Anabantidae, Helostomatidae, Osphronemidae, and Belontiidae, thus removing Luciocephalus and the channids. In 1983 Lauder and Liem included Luciocephalus, in its own family Luciocephalidae, again in the anabantoids as the sister group to all remaining labyrinth fishes. Britz (1994, 1995), and Britz et al. (1995) demonstrated that there are no differences between Liem's families Belontiidae and Osphronemidae and that Luciocephalus is deeply nested within Liem's belontiids. The family name Os-phronemidae applies for this monophyletic assemblage. The suborder Anabantoidei is thus divided into...

Feeding ecology and diet

Anabantoids are diverse in regard to their feeding ecology and diet. There are extreme filter feeders, such as Helostoma, which feeds on small pelagic invertebrates and algae that are either filtered from the water or scraped off the substrate. Other species are omnivorous (Anabas, Osphronemus, Tri-chogaster, and Colisa), or have a diet with an emphasis on small invertebrates (Microctenopoma, Macropodus, Betta, and Trichop-sis), but others prey on larger invertebrates and small fishes (Ctenopoma and Sandelia). Luciocephalus is a highly specialized predator of small fishes. Osphronemus exodon is an exclusively herbivorous species with external jaw teeth, which feeds on leaves of terrestrial plants, grasses, fruits, and flowers.

Reproductive biology

Although anabantoids are a fairly small percomorph group, their members exhibit a great variety of reproductive modes. The primitive mode, which occurs in Anabas, Ctenopoma, and Helostoma, is the absence of parental care with the release of several thousand small (ca. 0.04 in 1 mm), buoyant eggs that float due to a single large oil globule in the egg. After hatching, larvae retain the oil globule, which during development divides into two oil vesicles to the left and right of the chorda and is used as a floating organ. All species of the genus Mi-croctenopoma and most osphronemids build bubble nests and guard primitively buoyant eggs and larvae. Bubble nests can consist of only a few bubbles, as in the tiny cave-brooding species of Parosphromenus, or be large. Mouth brooding has evolved at least twice among anabantoids, once in the lineage Ctenops, Sphaerichthys, and Luciocephalus, and again within the genus Betta.

Significance to humans

Scomberesox Saurus

Some Beloniformes are used by humans as more than just food. Numerous freshwater species, including halfbeaks, rice-fishes, and needlefishes, can be found in the aquarium trade. In Thailand, the halfbeak, Dermogenys pusillus, is bred in captivity so that males, which will engage rivals by locking jaws, can be used as fighting fish. Members of the genus Oryzias are propagated in large numbers in captivity to be used in experimental research.

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Betta Fish

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