For fighting fish: JBL PRONOVO BETTA GRANO, JBL PRONOVO BETTA FLAKES, JBL PRONOVO BETTA INSECT
Fighting fish are actually peaceful aquarium inhabitants and get along with all fish that do not fit into their mouths. Only males of the same species fight to the death - hence the name! The beautiful, long-finned fighting fish in our pet shops are descended from the species Betta splendens, which is also popular for fish fights in Asia. Fighting fish and many other labyrinth fish (gouramis, threadfish & paradise fish) live in both stagnant and flowing water. They are ambush predators, quickly darting out with their superior mouth to eat insects that land on the water surface etc. They do not eat any aquarium plants and do not need much space. If you want to keep females as well as a male, you should definitely add several females. A single female would be harassed too much. The best-known species of fighting fish build foam nests on the water surface, which are guarded by the male. Other species of fighting fish are mouth brooders that incubate their eggs in the mouth until the young fish hatch and are large enough to stand on their own feet or (better!) fins. Water values are not really crucial for fighting fish. They prefer soft water and pH values between 6.5 and 7.5, but can also cope with other values. When feeding, it is important that the composition is adapted to their natural diet. JBL PRONOVO BETTA as flakes or granulates forms the basic diet. There is a choice of three different types of food, PRONOVO BETTA FLAKES , PRONOVO BETTA GRANO and PRONOVO BETTA INSECTS. All three JBL fighting fish foods contain astaxanthin, which gives the fish vibrant colours. They are happiest with a few floating plants and a "weedy" aquarium setup.