My Betta hendra group consisting of adults, juveniles and fry, are thriving. At present, I have at least a dozen female juveniles that are around the 2-3cm mark. I also have a single juvenile male who is developing well, and who looks more like the original male each day.
The adult pair still spawn from time to time, but I have noticed a slow-down now that the juveniles are getting bigger, and approaching breeding size themselves. However, there was a group of fry that became free-swimming only a few days ago so perhaps so of these will go on to survive predation by their siblings.
I look forward to seeing how this F1 group of fish mature, as so far things seem very promising. I am hoping to see another male or two emerge, as the eventual goal would be to pass on some sibling pairs to other breeders.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.