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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-14-2011, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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Is this a good quaility betta?

http://www.aquabid.com/cgi-bin/aucti...shm&1295084751

I think that these colors are so pretty! I'm really considering buying him. Do you think that he is go good quaility?

Thank you!

http://www.aquabid.com/cgi-bin/aucti...shm&1295115266

Has anyone ever seen a tail like this?! It's cute!

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-14-2011, 02:59 PM
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No idea about his quality, but I love his coloring *-*

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thats a spade tail. and the first fish does look ok to me he looks healthy and alert and active, his colors are bright so hes not stressed

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The female has a deformity...I wouldn't even consider her ever though she comes from Aquastar unless you are just wanting a unique pet....The male has numerous faults...I don't like him at all....
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The female has a deformity...I wouldn't even consider her ever though she comes from Aquastar unless you are just wanting a unique pet....The male has numerous faults...I don't like him at all....

could you elaborate as to the problems you see so i know what your seeing that im not seeing?
The spades going for $50 and the male $30 if there was problems why would they sell for so much?

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The female has a deformity...I wouldn't even consider her ever though she comes from Aquastar unless you are just wanting a unique pet....The male has numerous faults...I don't like him at all....
Could you possibly explain what the faults are in the male, so I can become more aware of what I am buying? Thanks for your help.
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He has a very short thick body with collapsing finage..The female is nice except for her spike...
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help i recently bought a betta from a petshop and he is quite skinny and small. i dont have a camera but his height (as opposed to length or width) is half of all the other bettas i see on the web. Is he a juvenile or is he an inbred freak? it is a crowntail and i often see the crowntails this size in the petshop. please help with my info, I do not want to wait for my little freak to get bigger only to be disappointed. thanks (i love him anyway of course) ps how do you post an individual thread??????
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We would have to see pictures to tell if your Betta has a deformity. Though, he is most likely just very young.
And to post a new thread. In the top left corner of the topic pages there is a 'new thread' button right under the blue bar that says " Remember to check the Betta Fish Care sticky". Sorry if confusing, hard to explain. :)

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Maybe "how to make a thread" should be a sticky...

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