Should I seperate my male and female betta?

I have a male halfmoon betta (emerald) and a female betta (Brooke) I don't know what kind of betta Brooke is. I have them living together in a 15 gallon tank. they are the only fish in the tank. anytime Brooke gets close to emerald, he flares his gills and spreads out all his fins, then they chase each other around for a little bit but nothing happens. should I be worried? should I seperate them? they have been living together for a while.
Asked Apr 19, 2016
For the sake of the fish separate them! Unless you want 500 baby betta fish! You can buy tank dividers for 4$ on amazon!:P
Answered Apr 28, 2016

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