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Betta midas

Tan, 2009

Male Betta Midas, photo by Missina Burcaw

Keeping Betta mida from an Aquarist View

Housing

Water Conditions

Sexing

Female betta midas have less intense color, a shorter anal fin, and a more rounded caudal fin. Photo by Missina Burcaw

Male Betta Mida are more intensely colored than the females, displaying a golden sheen when in breeding colors. The males also have a longer and more pointed anal fin, their caudal fins can exhibit extended rays that go out past the webbing. Photo by Missina Burcaw

Reproduction

Paternal mouth brooder

Similar Species
Identification

Articles on Betta mida

Articles on related species

 I’ve Got a New Mouthbrooding Betta – Now What? Michael Hellweg. 2003.

Working with wild Bettas Gerald Griffin.  Flare! 2006

Original Citation

Tan, 2009

References
Type Locality
Holotype
Countries
Preserved Specimens
Miscellaneous Information Max Size:

9 cm (3.5in)

pH range:
dH range
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Etymology:
Reproduction: Mouthbrooder