Betta Channoides (Snakehead Betta) (Pre-Order)
Age: ~3.5-4 months
Driftwood roots and branches can be used and placed to create a few shady spots in the aquarium for these wild bettas. Also, Indian almond are a great addition to the aquarium.
They provide bettas with the leaves and tannis that would naturally be found in their habitat.
Likely to prey on insects, other small invertebrates and zooplankton in nature.
Offer small live or frozen foods such as; Daphnia, brine shrimp, or bloodworms.
Do not overfeed as they seem particularly prone to obesity.
Adult males are more colourful and have a broader head shape than females.
IMPORTANT!! We do NOT ship live fish outside of CANADA, USA, and Puerto Rico! If you purchase a fish and you live outside of these countries, the rest of your order will be shipped, but a refund will be sent for the fish.
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Kachnar Tree Pods
These contain some antimicrobials, flavonoids, and of course, tannins.
Size: approx. 6"-7" in (15.24-17.78cm) length, with a width of about 1/2" (1.27cm).
How To Use: Boil for about 15 mins to help release some tannis. You could also just add them to the aquarium and they will sink and slowly release tannis.
Quantity: Pack of 5
Giant Indian Almond Leaf
Perfect for Betta fish.
Benefits of Indian Almond Leaves:
- Adjusts water to the proper PH
- Hardens scales
- Improve health
- Stimulate the natural environment of fish who come from soft acidic waters
- Contain antibacterial properties that minimize the chances of bacterial infections
- Great for breeding tanks & shrimp tanks
How To Use:
- Place 1-3 leaves in a 10 gallon tank and watch the water turn yellow over the next couple of days. That's the natural tannins being released from the leaves.
Average size of leaf: