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Cockerel fish water temperature

maintenance, care, compatibility

In the cockerel fish, it is quite easy to distinguish the female and the male. The male is slender, has a bright color and long fins.

The female is smaller in size, its fins are short, on the abdomen near the tail there is a small white grain, which appears at the age of 3 months. For breeding is better to take a pair at the age of 6-8 months.

Despite the fact that spawning can occur in the general aquarium, it is still better to fish the fish. A pair of aquarium should have a length of at least 15 cm, volume 4-5 liters. They equip it like this: the ground is not laid, a dimmed lighting is installed, a couple of plants with small leaves are placed, water is poured to the level of 10-15 cm (after the mating of the male it is reduced to 5 cm), aeration is established.

Water temperature should be about 28-30 ° C. Water in advance to defend 3-4 days.

It is recommended to establish a shelter (cave) for the female, since the male can be very aggressive during this period.

The first to spawn put the male. There he builds a nest of air bubbles, sealed with his saliva, and small floating plants.

After the female begins to spawn, he collects the eggs in his mouth and puts them into the nest. Then the female chases away and takes care of the offspring himself. For better development of caviar, you can add boiled water of the same temperature.

After the appearance of the fry, the male is also removed.

Feed the fry finely chopped pipemaker and artemia. Dry flakes are undesirable, as they slow down the development.

At three weeks of age, the fry are sorted to avoid eating large small ones. The labyrinth organ in fish is finally formed at the age of one month. Then you can remove aeration.

And as soon as the fish begin to show aggression towards their neighbors, they are deposited and begin to contain as adult males.

Do not too often iron the cockerels (although they allow), as some owners do. Scale on top has a protective layer of mucus.

If this film is inadvertently damaged, then the fish will become very vulnerable to various diseases.

Sometimes males can go to the bottom of the aquarium. If this does not last long, then do not worry – they are so relaxed. Anxiety should be beaten if such behavior is observed for a long time.

Then you need to consult a specialist and check the health of the fish.

If the fish are sick, then for their treatment there are special medicines (against fungi or parasites, antibiotics). They are best ordered at the pet store in advance.

We hope that this article was useful for those who plan to settle the fish-cockerel in their aquarium. Let the pet feel comfortable and for a long time happy with its beauty!

And according to the tradition, the video, which deals with the rules of care and maintenance of the Siamese Cockerel:

The cockerelfish (betta fish, Siamese cockerel, Betta splendens) is a species of fish that belong to the macropode family. This is a labyrinth fish that also uses atmospheric air for breathing.

The shape of the body of males is oval, it is flattened laterally and extended in length. The size of the fish is mostly small: males are about 5 cm, and females are 4 cm. However, there are individuals that can reach 10 cm in length.

The tail and upper fins have a rounded shape, pectoral ones – pointed. The fins of males are longer than those of females.

The males have a very interesting and varied color. They are one-, two- or multi-colored. All colors of the rainbow can be present in the coloring, as well as their shades.

Males are colored brighter than females.

The brightness of the color is affected not only by the lighting, but also by the condition of the fish: during spawning or clashes with their own kind, male males become most vivid.

The life of betta fish is approximately three years.

To date, breeders bred about 70 species of cockerels. All of them with a bright unusual color.

There are several classifications of species.

Depending on the shape of the fins and size:

  • voile tail;
  • crescent moontail;
  • crownstail
  • two-tailed;
  • round-tailed;
  • delta tail;
  • bristletail;
  • flagtail;
  • poster;
  • royal.

Depending on the color:

The cockerel fishes are considered unpretentious and easy to care for; however, some conditions should be met.

Males can be kept in small (10-15 liters), and in large aquariums. On one individual requires 3-4 liters of water. If the aquarium is large, then it can be divided into several parts by partitions.

In this case, several males can be kept in one tank at the same time without damage to their health.

Partitions are made of transparent non-toxic material with small holes for water circulation. Next to them, it is better to plant high plants in order to block fish from viewing and reduce undesirable meetings.

The males are able to jump quite high out of the water, so the top of the aquarium is equipped with a net or cover with holes for the passage of air

The optimum water temperature is 24-28 ° C, however, the rooster is fairly well tolerated to lower it to 18 ° C. It should be remembered that a long stay in a too cold aquarium is fraught with diseases.

The control is carried out by means of a thermometer.

The quality and composition of the water cockerel undemanding. Nevertheless, it is better to adhere to such a framework: hardness 4-15, acidity 6.0-7.5.

For the prevention of disease and stress reduction, it is recommended to use a special salt (half a teaspoon per three liters of water).

A prerequisite is regular water changes. In large aquariums it is held once every two weeks, and in small – once every three days.

From the bottom it is necessary to remove all remnants of food.

The cockerel is a labyrinth fish, that is, it breathes not only by the gills, but also by an additional special organ. In it, the blood is saturated with air, which the fish seizes with its mouth. Therefore, aeration for cockerels is not very important, but it is desirable to install a filter.

It may be of small capacity, as these fish do not like a strong current.

It is also important that the surface of the water is not completely overgrown with plants, so that the cockerel can rise to the surface and capture the air. Sometimes it happens that a bacterial film forms on the surface of the water.

It must be removed. This can be done with a sheet of paper, putting it to the surface of the water, and then removing it with the film.

The cockerel or betta fish (Latin Betta splendens) is one of the most popular aquarium fish.

Natural habitat – freshwater ditches, rivers, streams of Southeast Asia. Often found in paddy fields. For the first time the fish was noticed by residents of Siam at the beginning of the XIX century. The “stranger” was distinguished by aggressive behavior towards his relatives.

Later, the fighting fish was transferred to the imperial court, where it was examined by European scientists invited to the country. Residents of Siam used the cockerel in the “fish” battles: the males vehemently demonstrated their strength, but no deaths occurred.

The genus Betta charges more than 70 species, and the Betta splendens cockerel is one of them. There are 6 more types of betta, which are not related to a particular type.

The genus Betta is divided into 2 groups: the representatives of the first build a foam nest, the second – incubate the eggs in the mouth. Today, aquarium betta ordinary are full of a variety of shapes and colors, so it is important for them to provide constant care.


Cockerel content is available at home, it is possible even in a 3-liter jar. For two individuals and more will need more capacity.

Like all fish, cramped – only to the detriment. Fish will be very comfortable in a rectangular and spacious aquarium. It is not recommended to keep more than one male in the aquarium (except for the black cockerel species).

Between them there are often disputes that already speak – even between the female cockerels there were fights. The result – bodily injuries, dangling fins.

If you have nowhere to settle two males – choose a large aquarium of 50-100 liters or more. You can put a partition in it, so the territory will be divided.

Also, the fish have bursts of aggression, when there is a change of water or a female appears.

They are not easy to maintain with other types of fish – some are not averse to tear off the beautiful and long fins. The males themselves can attack peaceful fish with veil fins. Good aquarium neighbors – danios, speckled catfish, cardinals.

Compatibility with barbs is controversial, it is possible if you find a fish with D-shaped, short fins. The males quickly get used to the neighbors, and the eviction of one of them can lead to stress.

The Betta splendens fish is a tropical species, so it is recommended to settle in aquariums with infused and warm water: water temperature 24-27 ° C, ph 6.0-8.0, hardness 5-35 dGH. Once a week it is necessary to replace 25% of water with fresh.

Aeration is optional.

They can be kept in a nano aquarium, in glass containers. But think carefully, will it be convenient for a small fish in a crush?

Indeed, in a limited space there is no possibility to plant the plants, install snags, decorations, shelters. To provide the fish with proper care, you need swimming space, safety and cleanliness. So you can put a filter in the aquarium so that your pet does not get sick.

Lighting is necessary, in the tank you can put an LB lamp of 0.4 W per 1 liter. At night, the light is required to turn off.

In the cockerel fish, sexual dimorphism is noticeable: females are smaller in size, not so bright in color, they have short fins. Males are larger, with lush and long fins.

During spawning, the umbilical cord resembling a white dot can be seen in females. Fish become sexually mature at the age of 4 months, they can breed in another 2-4 months. Care of manufacturers implies a separate spawning.

If the female has not reproduced for a long time, her calf turns into a cyst, which can lead to death. Males that have already multiplied have fins longer.

Males live up to 3 years old, it is better not to plant old fish for spawning.

See how the spawning of cockerels.

The spawning volume is allowed 10-20 liters, with a height of water of 15 cm. Soil is optional, and floating plants are needed. The male will provide care for the fry by building a nest of bubbles and fragments of vegetation.

In the tank should be shelter for the female. The manufacturer makes a nest, and invites a female, or several females, if you have more of them.

Stimulates reproduction increased water temperature – up to 28-30 degrees Celsius. Updating the water also gives spawning signal. 2 weeks before the process, the fish are fed with live food (moth, daphnia).

Aeration in spawning is not needed – it will destroy the nest, and with it, the eggs and larvae. First, a male is launched into the tank, and a female in a day.

Fish will spawn in a few days, if breeding does not occur in a few weeks, it is better to change the female. With extreme aggression of the male, change it to another. In the process of spawning, the male takes care of the female, helps her squeeze out her calf, pressing the body.

He immediately fertilizes the released eggs, grabs them with his mouth and takes them to the nest. When the spawning is over, the female can be moved to a common aquarium so that it does not suffer from the male.


The larvae will hatch in 2-4 days, depending on how the temperature of the water in the aquarium increases. At this time, the parent provides masonry care, picks up dropped eggs from the nest. When the fry hatch, he will still be with them.

After 4 days, the fry will swim independently; then the male can be removed. During one spawning 200-400 eggs can emerge, but 1/3 of them survive.

In the first days of their life they are fed live dust, ciliates, egg yolk from hard boiled eggs. After a week, they can be given Artemia larvae, shredded strawberry or special food for fry.

In order to properly develop the labyrinth organ, it is possible to turn on weak aeration in their nursery and lower the water level. The labyrinth organ will be formed in a few months, but all this time, from incubation to the age of the young, the fry need to be constantly looked after.

Rooster aquarium fish – maintenance, care and compatibility with other fish

Spawning should be carried out in a small separate aquarium (from seven liters). The height of the water column at the same time should be about 10-15 cm.

Shelters are arranged here from aquarium plants and artificial grottoes. The cockerel (female) fish will be able to hide here from the male, which is very aggressive during this period.

Producers before spawning should be fed all sorts of live food. Bright light is not needed.

In the spawning aquarium should not do aeration – it will prevent the construction of the nest.

Sexual maturity in fighting fish occurs in three to four months. Spawning can be stimulated by a large water change. It is heated in an aquarium at 1-3 degrees.

Pre-fish “acquaint” with each other. To do this, they are placed in adjacent tanks so that they can see their neighbors.

For the male, small floating plants are added so that he can strengthen the nest. At the beginning of spawning, starting to build a “dwelling”, the male cock lets out small air bubbles, then gluing them together with his saliva. About a day after the manufacturer was launched, a future mom would sit down to him.

After the start of spawning, the male cockerel collects eggs from his mouth and carries them to the nest.

At the end of the spawn, he becomes aggressive, attacking the female. Therefore, it should be removed to another aquarium.

The male breeds the offspring – he guards the nest, picks up the fallen eggs, placing them back. After the larvae hatched, the cockerel does not allow them to spread in different directions, collecting them.

A female at a time is capable of sweeping 100-300 eggs. Under normal conditions, spawning begins in a day or two after a pair of males is placed together in an aquarium.

It happens, however, that this process is delayed for a week. After a day or three, the larvae appear in the aquarium.

After all the fry appear, and this will happen in 4-6 days, the male is removed, otherwise it is able to transfer the fry spreading in different directions. In a spawning aquarium, the rooster is usually fed with bloodworms.

Feed must be rinsed beforehand.

In males fry, a labyrinth organ will appear only in a few months. To create good conditions for the young, it is necessary to establish aeration.

You can lower the water level.

The fry are fed with infusoria – “living dust”. In exceptional cases, you can give a steep egg yolk.

However, it is not worth to abuse such lure. When the young growth grows up, it is possible to transfer it to feeding by the Artemia larvae. Next, the size of the feed is selected based on the size of the fry.

You can enter shredder into the diet or specially developed industrial feed.

They live fighting fish for about three years. In the “old” age it is undesirable to use them as producers.

You do not need to have academic knowledge or special conditions in order to have a rooster fish. This species feels great even in a small-sized aquarium. Some owners manage to keep one individual in the usual three-liter jar.

But the two males in one “pond” do not get along. True, some owners share long aquariums with glass, settling their pets one by one in different compartments.

Many do this also because, seeing the opponent, the males begin to become brighter, more colorful, they take up belligerent poses, trying to frighten and intimidate their counterpart. Females are not so aggressive, they can be kept on several individuals simultaneously.

The cockerel fish at home can live in the aquarium at the same time as other species. It is worth, however, to avoid the neighbors with veil fins. Otherwise, the “fighters” will certainly cut them off.

It is better to settle to the cockerels of larger fish with short fins, for example, barbs.

For tropical cockerels, it is desirable to maintain the water temperature in the range from 24 to 28 degrees. It is allowed to periodically reduce it to 18 degrees. Open areas should be left on the surface of the water, without floating vegetation.

Fish need air. Special aeration of water is not needed, but it is desirable to pass water through the filter.

It is recommended to set up an aquarium so that during the day the sun falls on it for several hours. It is undesirable to put it in a draft.

Periodically thoroughly clean the reservoir. To do this, either partially or completely change the water. The fish are pre-caught with a special net and placed in a jar.

Sanitation is carried out without the use of powders.

For fish need soft water. Do not use distillate for the aquarium, as it contains not only harmful, but also useful substances. In specialized stores sell special products to soften and purify water.

Temperature should be monitored. To reduce aggressiveness and stress a little, add a little therapeutic salt (half a teaspoon per four liters). Large aquariums need to be replaced every two weeks.

In the interim, it is necessary to change it partially. Small aquariums need to be cleaned and replaced twice a week.

Be sure to remove the remaining feed from the bottom – the products of its decomposition will poison the water.

As mentioned earlier, male cockerels can not be kept together. It is also undesirable to keep together heterosexuals.

The male will constantly chase and bully the female.

Do you have a cockerel for the first time at your home? “With whom does this species get on?” – such a question is often asked by beginners. Despite the “martial” glory, cockerels behave quite peacefully towards their neighbors.

Sometimes, however, the male can attack the male guppy, taking him for a relative.

It is undesirable to share a rooster with owners of beautiful long fins and tails. This is sure to provoke a fighting fish, and it will begin to attack.

It is unlikely that the cock will bring the opponent to death, but he can bite or tear off the tails and fins.

Often, owners of aquariums are hooked to their pets snails. Fight fish can eat small specimens (for this they are usually planted). In larger individuals, cockerels may bite off the antennae.

It should be remembered by those who are planning to decorate your aquarium with large snails.

Cockerel fish: capricious and beautiful inhabitant of your aquarium

So, in more detail about how to create the most favorable conditions for the maintenance of the lives of males, or how to care for them:

  • the water temperature should be maintained at a level of 24-28 degrees, however if it drops to 18 degrees, the fish will still be able to survive and even develop;
  • the acidity of the water should not be more than 7.5;
  • water hardness should not exceed 15 degrees.

If we talk about the enrichment of water with oxygen, then the fish has gill breathing and a special respiratory organ, which is called a labyrinth. Thanks to the maze, aquarium cockerels can swallow water with atmospheric air on the surface.

For this reason, they are not too sensitive to fluctuations in oxygen concentration or lack thereof.

If we talk about other conditions of life, then the size of the aquarium is determined as follows: there should be at least 4 liters of water for one cock. How much is necessary in your case, it is not difficult to determine by this rule.

In general, special care for cockerels is not required, but for the full development it is worth adhering to these simple recommendations.

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It is important to know with whom the fish gets on, and with whom the aquarium cockerels live poorly. As noted, the behavior of the fish is peculiar, they live well and alone, and therefore are particularly demanding on their neighbors.

Aquarian males do not get along with the following fish (compatible non-existent): makropody, discus, tsihlazomy chernopolosaya, Akari julidochromis, tetraodon, tilapia, kupanus, Astronotus, various types melanohromis, ktenopoma, pseudotropheus, parrot, julidochromis, piranha, lineatus and other fish .

But able to live in one aquarium and even friends with these fish: Algae, neon Donaciinae, platies, befortiya, Ancistrus, akantoftalmus, mollies black swordsman, gourami nagging, ornatus, ototsinklyus, pulhripinnis, Minor (all kinds), rasbora, rubrostigma, ternets, congos, botsia, brocade catfish, tarakatum, oturisom, platydoras, loricaria, siamese gastromizon, speckled catfish, other fish.

There are also some species of fish with which males often get along, but there may be fights or ragged fins. And these are guppies, neon, danios, macrognatus, labo, cardinal, lyalius, all types of scalar, ctenobrikon, spotted gouramis, barbs, gourami marble, pearl gouram and other fish.

The compatibility of the males with them is not rated very high. And in general, it is better not to put cockerels with them in one aquarium.

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Caring for cockerels involves the prevention of diseases and injuries. The cockerel is a fighting fish, and therefore often remains without fins. But this is not a sign of a disease, but of a recent skirmish.

There is no need to isolate the fish or try to treat it: it is enough to feed it correctly so that the regeneration process proceeds quickly.

If there are signs indicating a disease, then the fish should be planted out of the general aquarium. And in a quarantine aquarium you need to start its treatment.

Quite often, the fish may feel bad because of dirty or not fresh water, and therefore do not forget to change it.

Now you know what the life span of a rooster is, what to feed him, how much food to give, what kind of care he needs, whether they get along with other species in the aquarium and other useful information. One thing remains – to put everything into practice.

The behavior of the fish can not be called perfect, but the more interesting to watch it. In general, good luck!

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Rules for keeping Betta splendens in a common tank

These fish tolerate temperature drops and can feel good at a temperature of +18 and +25 degrees Celsius. But you can not allow sudden drops, because they harm the health of the pet. Like a labyrinth fish, a cockerel should live in water that corresponds to the ambient air temperature in the room: + 22-26 degrees.

Due to the fact that he knows how to breathe a labyrinth organ, aeration is not necessary – this should be taken into account by settling to him other fish that cannot live without dissolved oxygen. Replace the water should be once a week, 20% of the total volume of the tank.

Do not forget to clean the bottom of the remnants of food and dirt.

What rules should be followed so that cockerels can live peacefully in an aquarium with other fish? These rules apply to all cockerels, which can result in peaceful cohabitation with representatives of different types of fish.

  1. It is not recommended to keep with betta fish with long fins and brightly colored scales. Although the males themselves have a beautiful appearance, they are painfully perceived by “competitors”, which are external stimuli for them.
  2. You can not settle cockerels with large and predatory fish, for example, African and South American cichlids. The latter in themselves are peaceful creatures, friendly, but they do not get along with the fighting fish.
  3. Try to keep the fish in water that is suitable for everyone. You can not settle heat-loving and cold-loving species. For example, a golden fish cannot live in warm water, therefore it is incompatible with betta.
  4. Betta splendens fish can be settled with speckled catfish, tetras, gourami, swordtails, mollies. After settling the fish in the aquarium, observe their behavior. You can also keep the fish from a young age together, so they are better accustomed to each other. Fish should not be less than 5 cm in length. If the neighbor fish has died, do not hook the new fish with the rooster, otherwise it will score it.
  5. Compatibility with other fish will be successful if the betta lives in a spacious tank of 50-100 liters. There you can put a lot of decor, shelters, which will reduce to the “no” territorial claims and conflicts.

Take a look at the common cockpit aquarium.

There are such aquarium fish, the compatibility with which the betta is good, they live peacefully, with periodic fights that do not lead to death. These include gourami marble, cardinals, labo, lyalius, macrognathus, scalar.

But it should be noted that the first days of the settlement should be monitored for their reaction, in case of aggression, they are settled separately from each other.

Almost perfect compatibility of the fish Betta splendens with platies, Donaciinae, black mollies, ornatusami, nagging gourami, akantoftalmusami, befortiyami, Ancistrus, minors, ototsinklyuchami, rasbora, black tetra, Congo, botsiyami, tarakatumami, lorikariyami, gastromizonami Siamese, brocade catfish.

Males and guppies – it is believed that guppies and betts live in water with different parameters, therefore they are only conditionally compatible. There were examples of good compatibility, but it’s not always worth the risk. Males can chase guppies throughout the aquarium until their fins are torn off.

Guppies can live at a temperature of 18-28 degrees, although 22-25 degrees for them more than acceptable temperature. The diet of both fish is the same, so some razvodchiki did not have difficulty in keeping.

Scalar and betta – compatibility is not bad, provided a spacious tank. These fish almost ignore each other, without attracting attention. The males will rather distort each other than the scalar will bother.

However, during spawning, scalars become more aggressive and can drive all neighbors, including labyrinth ones. Set in the nursery a lot of shelters and plants to protect all.

Gourami – all species are close relatives of cockerels, so compatibility can be great. Gourami – curious creatures, tenacious and active, also feed, breathe with gills and atmospheric oxygen.

Males do not bother them, sometimes it happens the other way around. Plant them together in a tank of at least 70 liters cubic.

All Macropod enemies are the same: they are large and predatory fish, with which they should not be settled.

Look at the cockerels in the company of gourami.

Mollies and cockerels can live in an aquarium because they carry the same water parameters. But there is one fact – slightly brackish water is preferred by mollies, but Betta is not. Temperatures of 24-27 degrees is optimal for content.

At low temperatures, both fish begin to hurt. Molly – viviparous fish that must breed in a separate, spawning tank, so that no one will destroy their fry.

The bets are alone in aggressive hydrobionts, so they can be moved to the males only with a flock of 4-7 fish. In the aquarium fights are small, reaching only 8 cm in length.

Peaceful, you can keep them with the same neighbors, provided space and shelters. Males with them almost no conflict.

Corridors – as neighbors are suitable for many fish. They have a calm disposition, an interesting body color, and bring a lot of benefits. If the rooster does not eat the food, the corridor will pick it up.

Somiki swim at the bottom of the aquarium, cockerels at the bottom only sleep. Compatibility between them is proven, cockerels rarely bother corridors. The corridors, like labyrinths, can use atmospheric air for breathing.

Such a pet can survive under critical conditions. Somiki poorly tolerate salt and organics, as well as betta.

Replacement of water in the general aquarium should occur once a week.

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