It is common to hear the term ‘male betta’ used to describe bettars in the media.
However, males are very different from females and the female species has several features that make it a different species from the male species.
It is worth looking at how males are different from their female counterparts and how the male bettar can be used to reduce male infertility in aquaria.
The male betty is one of the few species of betta that is found naturally in a marine environment.
This species is found on all of the world’s reefs and is found throughout the world, including Australia.
They are an aquatic species that are able to live in freshwater environments and have the ability to feed on fish that they find on the reef.
The female betta is a different animal altogether and it is the one that is usually referred to as the ‘male’ betta.
The female betty has a number of characteristics that make them a more viable betta than the male.
The male bettail is more muscular and is usually found in the water as a result of the female’s increased weight.
The females body is covered in a layer of scales that help protect the female from predators.
The males body is more streamlined and less muscular.
Male bettats have a much more narrow body than females and have a larger, more muscular body that makes them more suitable for fishing.
The females body also has a layer on top of the scales, protecting it from predators, which makes it a better betta to use to catch fish.
However it is not as important for females as it is for males to have scales, as the female is more likely to catch a larger number of fish than the males.
The main difference between the male and female bettat is the size.
Males are much larger and weigh more than females, while the female has smaller bodies.
The most obvious difference is that the female will usually get more fish than males, but it is also possible to get fish from both species.
Male bettases can be easily captured in aquariums by using a combination of baits and a lure.
However baits should be used sparingly because the female can pick up a lot of bait without catching the male at all.
A simple way to keep track of where the bait is is to look at the bait and determine where it was caught from.
The bait will be placed in a container or container on the counter next to the bait that was used.
When the male is ready to catch the female, he will place the bait on top.
The bait will not be as big as the male but it will be easy to grab and will be easier to catch.
The container can be placed over the bait or placed on the side of the tank.
The water temperature should be around 40 degrees Fahrenheit and the substrate should be in a well-drained location.
The males body can be captured with a lure that has a small number of pellets on it.
The baits can be mixed to make a bait that will be easily caught.
The lure will have a small amount of pellets that will help the male to get the female.
The trap will need to be a small aquarium or aquarium that can be removed from the tank before it can be filled.
The tank should be well drained, the water should be kept very clear of other species of fish and the male will have to be very careful with the bait.
The best bait for capturing males is either the baits or the lure.
If the male does not catch the bait, then there is another way to reduce the chances of him catching the female that will only require a small quantity of bait.
This method can be more difficult and requires more patience.
The key is to lure the female and then lure her when she is in a very aggressive position.
The longer you lure the male, the more chances the female of catching you will have.
This is a good method to use in case you do not have the right bait for the male that you are trying to capture.
If you are not sure if you have the correct bait for your male, you can take a small bowl of the bait in the tank, place it on top and wait for it to mix with the water and then place the trap on top to catch it.
If the male catches the female bait, he may then attempt to use the bait as bait.
If this is not the case, he should either attempt to lure her and then use the female as bait, or he can wait for her to be more aggressive and attempt to catch her.
If he does not capture the female in the end, he can try to use another bait, but again, the female should be aggressive with him, so try to avoid the male baits at all costs.
If a female catches the male bait and you are using it to lure him, then it is important to use a small container or a plastic bag