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Old 01-14-2012, 11:17 PM   #11
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Lol, glad you like the name. I have had a few fish named dorky science names. It makes me happy.
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my betta i named dancer cause he dances all over his tank but we call him Bub or Bubby most the time...
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Here are a few more pictures of her. Also I'm now between Sirena and Carbon for names. Sirena because it's spanish for mermaid and she looks like a mermaid, and Carbon, well just look back through this thread!

Looking for the pellet:

Two good pictures of her green shimmer:

She's very curious!

Checking out the decor of the tank:

Hanging out by her Anubias:

Just keep swimming!
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She's pretty :P if she were mine I would probably name her something weird and Victorian like Odessa or arabella hahaha.
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She's now been named Sirena. The next betta I get shall be named Carbon. Which I hope will be in the near future since I may have convinced my sister...
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She's pretty :P if she were mine I would probably name her something weird and Victorian like Odessa or arabella hahaha.
Thanks! I really like Arabella... May have to get another fish and name it that... But thanks, I think that she's a looker
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Thanks! I really like Arabella... May have to get another fish and name it that... But thanks, I think that she's a looker
She is! Lol now I'm going to have to go out and get a new betta
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She is! Lol now I'm going to have to go out and get a new betta
Get the small sad looking one! She/he will thank you!
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Get the small sad looking one! She/he will thank you!
I have a tendency to do that anyway hahaha. There are so many at my lfs tho, I get sad that I can't take them all haha
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You got some really nice pictures! I really like the first one where she is looking up at the food. She is definitely looking really good. Its amazing how much they perk up in larger spaces.
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