Betta Female Imbellis
Betta Imbellis are a beautiful species of wild Betta fish. Their iridescent blue-green scaling can identify them on their bodies, and a red crescent shape on their tail fin. In addition to having a deep red colour on their tail fin, they also have a small amount of red on their other fins.
The female Betta Imbellis tends to have a more brownish color to her body, while the males have a more blackish color. In their natural environment, the brown coloration provides the female Betta Imbellis with more camouflage making it easier for her to hide.
They typically inhabit the bottom, where the leaf litter settles in the mud. They prefer a habitat with much vegetation and cover. Their natural habit should be considered for their tank setup and careBetta Imbellis is one of the smallest Betta Fish in the species, with the males growing up to 2 inches at full maturity. The females are slightly smaller than the males. Betta Imbellis can live up to 4 years in captivity when properly cared for.
Betta Imbellis will eat insects, larvae, and other invertebrates in their natural habitat. They will also graze on the fallen leaf litter but prefer a carnivorous diet. Betta Imbellis should be given a quality, high protein, varied diet in captivity. This will ensure that your Betta Imbellis gets the nutrients it needs to be vibrant and healthy. They will readily accept pellet or flake foods, but it is a good idea to supplement their diet with frozen or live foods such as daphnia, bloodworms, or brine shrimp. Y