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Old 03-03-2012, 10:38 PM   #161
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Old 03-04-2012, 12:33 AM   #162
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Some of my fish

Here's a few of mine. Sorry, I don't name my fish. I have too many to do that with
The Blue Super Delta carried the DT gene ( see the extra long dorsal fin) so his spawn with the DT female (also pictured) produced some really nice fish. (Betta Bowl haters please take note, the fish in bowls were in there for picture taking purposes only. You'll notice that the Green DT was comfortable enough to blow a nest.)
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Old 03-04-2012, 01:10 AM   #163
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Beautiful fish, y'all!
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Old 03-04-2012, 03:17 PM   #164
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Wow saw one similiar to this at my lfs. Is his body platinum?
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Old 03-04-2012, 03:18 PM   #165
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Here's my contribution!
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Wow!!! That is gorgeous.
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Wow saw one similiar to this at my lfs. Is his body platinum?
Yes the body is platinum. He was in quarantine upon arrival as he was shipped cross country. He was s gift from a friend that just didn't want him any more.
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Yes the body is platinum. He was in quarantine upon arrival as he was shipped cross country. He was s gift from a friend that just didn't want him any more.
Do u know how much he cost? The one at my lfs was like 30-40 dollars but he was a plakat
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Here's a few of mine. Sorry, I don't name my fish. I have too many to do that with
The Blue Super Delta carried the DT gene ( see the extra long dorsal fin) so his spawn with the DT female (also pictured) produced some really nice fish. (Betta Bowl haters please take note, the fish in bowls were in there for picture taking purposes only. You'll notice that the Green DT was comfortable enough to blow a nest.)
Beautiful. The blue super delta is Gorgeous!!
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Beautiful. The blue super delta is Gorgeous!!
Thanks. He sure is. It only goes to show that the Betta fish in general has been so over bred that there are all kinds of genes floating around in your fish today. The only way I knew he had the DT gene was because I saw the DT Dorsal fin. At this point, I don't always know what I am going to get when I spawn a pair of fish. I've bred Blue males to blue females and have gotten Cambodian babies. It's all in the genes
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