BETTA SIMORUM (Tan & Ng, 1996)
Betta Simorum is one of the betta fish from B. Bellica Complex.
There are currently 73 recognized species in this genus. The currently described Betta species can be grouped into complexes for conservation purposes (This grouping of species makes no claim at representing a phylogenetic reality).
Water Conditions > Temperature: 25–30°C, pH: 3.0–6.0, Hardness: 18–90ppm.
|Binomial name||Betta simorum (Tan & Ng, 1996)|
This species has been collected from various localities in the province of Jambi, Sumatra, the adjacent province of Riau, and the Kapuas River system in Kalimantan Barat (West Kalimantan) province, Borneo.
Bubble nests, also called foam nests, are created by some fish and frog species as floating masses of bubbles blown with an oral secretion, saliva bubbles, and occasionally aquatic plants. Fish that build and guard bubble nests are known as aphrophils.