Yea. All of the toplines that they have for sale are usually RT or heavily branched. If you don't want RT of branching, then you get funky toplines and messy fins shapes. It's just loss/loss right now (or so it feels). I've been talking to MattsBettas. He told me that while she does have excessive branching, if I pair her with a not heavily branched male, then I shouldn't have an issue. Though I should plan to cull quite a few.
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