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  • Jessica S
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    There isn’t a lot of ways to get into contact with wild betta breeders in the United States. It’s difficult to find them when your just getting started out with owning wild bettas and not much information on how to find any breeders. It would be great if there was a list of contacts for people who have already have experience with splendens but are interested in getting into wilds…thank you

    Gerald Griffin
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    This summer we will be starting a list that will be accessible by IBC members as to who has what.

    The about-betta-splendens/smp is also changing over to more of a CARES type program.


    JB Chair

    Heidi Burkle
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    What do you mean by a CARES type program?

    Anonymous
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    Any new news on this??

    Heidi Burkle
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    I currently have Albimarginata and Channoides. I also have Balunga, but I cannot get them to spawn.

    Anonymous
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    Those look neat, good luck on getting them to spawn.

    Estanides G
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    Hello, I’m new to IBC. I started breeding Wild Bettas recently, and so far all is going well. I hope to have a good batch in a few more months.
    The Fry That I’m currently caring for are Imbellis X Splenden Hybrid, Smaragdina Guitar, Smaragdina, and Wild Imbellis.

    I will be posting my progress all summer long on Instagram @thebettaman and will be creating a website to document the process with videos and photos.

    My goal is to learn as much as I can about the hobby and eventually raise my own line of quality bettas.

    Heidi Burkle
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    I am in need of one female Channoides. I currently have 2 males and 1 female.

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