find a fish
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

search this site

Custom Search

Species Profile | Images | Breeding Report | Similar Species


click here for the labyrinth species list

back to the labyrinth index

Betta brownorum
Browns anabantid
breeding notes

BREEDING: Breeding requires very soft (pH4-5) water, which is most easily achieved with hydrochloric acid. A shallow tank is best with some form of breeding cave. A film canister stuck to the side works fine. The nest is built within it. Once spawning is completed the entire nest can be scooped out and raised seperately if desired.

Have you bred Betta brownorum? Why not fill in a breeding questionaire?

Sorry no records.








© 1999-2019 all rights reserved.

Fishkeeping Facts and Tips

The biggest killer of tropical fish is overfeeding. Uneaten food decays and pollutes the water, even with adequate filtration. Adult fish should remain unfed one day each week, and almost all commonly available species will be completely fine if unfed during a two week vacation


Have a look at some of these related sites

killifish information
paludarium information
cichlids for sale