This Betta species inhabits soft, acidic waters of 23‒28 °C .
The Betta persephone is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.
Betta persephone is a species of freshwater ray-finned fish in the gourami family (Osphronemidae) of order Perciformes. First described in 1986 from a population near Ayer Hitam in Johor state, Malaysia, B. persephone is a rare and elusive species. More
Betta persephone can be housed in pairs, species tanks, and community tanks. Pairs can be housed in a 5 gallon tank, groups should be housed in a 20 gallon tank or larger. Pairs should be given cover such as caves and plants. More
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Betta persephone showing pigmentation Betta persephone showing pigmentation © Oliver Lucanus Betta persephone Betta persephone © Anton Lamboj Species related by - * Family group More
One of the few remaining localities where Betta persephone can be found in Johor. 10-day old fry of B. persephone. Male of B. persephone from Pagoh. Male of Betta persephone collected from Pagoh, Johor state, Peninsular Malaysia. Female of B. More
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Laub-Kampffisch in German (Deutsch)
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Smaragd-Kampffisch in German (Deutsch)
Smaragdkampfisk in Norwegian (Norsk)
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仙摶魚 in Mandarin Chinese
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