The short answer isyes鈥攂ut only on a very short-term basis. Male ands can live together, but there are considerations you will need to think about before you put them in the same tank and walk away.
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Will myfish get along with each other?
Over time your Betta will learn to accept each other鈥檚 presence in the tank. It should be noted that the introduction of aBetta to a tank with a sorority can spark aggression between Betta. Male Bettas typically mate with the dominant fe in a sorority.
Can you add a male Betta fish to a female tank?
When you place multiple female Betta into a tank together, they typically form a 鈥渟orority鈥? It鈥檚 better to add a male Betta to a tank housing a pre-established sorority, as opposed to the other way around. Before adding your male Betta to the tank, you should remove the existing Betta sorority.
Will a female betta fish kill the male?
The betta female will typically not kill the male. They will normally go peacefully together but they are an aggressive species and the male might also surprise you by attacking the female. The best way here is to introduce a fish with an adjacent tank.
Do betta fish have a pecking order?
In the wild, the male betta is only going to breed with the dominant female. In sororities, a pecking order is normally established, but without the introduction of a male, aggression generally stops. However, once you add a male into the sorority, a lot of the time, the females will continue fighting amongst themselves.