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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-27-2012, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Aggressive betta types

I'm rather curious as to what the most aggressive type of betta is?
I've heard plakats followed by crowntails were pretty aggressive, and half-moons being the most "insecure" or shy.
For me it's the opposite. I've got a shy crowntail and a half-moon with an attitude.
I wonder if color has anything to do with it. Both my solid blues were vicious, but neither blacks were.

So what's your most aggressive betta?


And on a side note, do triple tails really exist?? I thought I saw one ONCE, but may have been mistaken...

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Jack- Butterfly DT;Om nom- Black Lace DeT;Crow- Melano CT;Gabriel- Mustard Gas DT;Adrian- Cornflower HM;Striker- VT;Ghost-MarbleDT;Girls:Vista- Mustard Gas VT;Sydney- VT
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-27-2012, 09:20 PM
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My VT is the most aggressive of my boys.... Nova will flare, but not to the same extent as Zakut (he's also A LOT smaller than Zakut and most likely very young still)

5 bettas: Шостакович Shostakovich, Dimitri, Blood, Fancy Pants & Miss Priss; 1 cat: Rajah
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it varies from betta to betta. i have a really sweet plakat female. and a flare-monster of an HM. but, then, on the other side, i DO have an aggressive CT and a shy HM. so, there is no set 'most aggressive to least aggressive'...
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I had a female that I thought was a VT since she came from walmart but was told she was a PK. She killed a giant female and ripped the fins off her mating partner.



Most mellow would be the male on the right. I think he remembers when they were all still very young and the females beat him up. Not really sure why he can be with the females..the only think I can think of is maybe because they all grew up in teh same tank together? Petco labled him as a female. I keep a close eye on them but all he does is a semi flare and then promptly swims away




i seen a pic online of a triple tail but only once

https://scontent-a-lga.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/1396036_10151774258717861_1754587068_n.jpg


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