Betta spilotogena

Betta Spilotogena is a fish species first discovered in Indonesia.

The Betta spilotogena lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, depth range 1 - m environment.

The Betta spilotogena is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Betta spilotogena is a species of fish in the Belontiidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia. Betta Spilotogena is a fish species first discovered in Indonesia. More

Betta spilotogena thrives in acidic freshwater swamps with a pH between 4.9 and 5.5, and an unknown GH which lies in the low regions due to the nature of the habitat. The scientific name refers to the black spots on the gill cover. More

Betta spilotogena Ng & Kottelat 1994 Betta splendens Regan 1910 Betta splendens abbreviata Blanc 1963 Micracanthus marchei Sauvage 1879 Betta Siamese Fighting Fish Split-Tailed Betta Libby Betta More

Betta spilotogena can be housed in pairs, species tanks, and community tanks. Pairs can be housed in a 20 gallon tank, groups should be housed in a 55 gallon tank or larger. Pairs should be given cover such as caves and plants. More

Common names

Mustahuulitaistelija in Finnish (suomen kieli)
斑頰摶魚 in Mandarin Chinese
斑頰摶魚 in Unknown
斑颊抟鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
斑颊抟鱼 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Osphronemidae
Genus : Betta
Species : Betta spilotogena
Authority : Ng & Kottelat, 1994