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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-08-2013, 04:22 PM Thread Starter
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Rescued veiltails for sale

I have 2 veiltails, one male, and one female for sale. They are both rescued.

One thing I should tell you is the female is very spoon-headed.

The male has nothing wrong with him that I see. He is very spunky.

I will ship them. $40 for Express shipping. $5 for each of them. Shipping can be combined.
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These both look like females to me, which one is the male?
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Yeah I think I can see ovaries (beige/yellowish triangle) on the top one that I am assuming is the male based on the bottom one having a dippier topline.


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the top pictures is the female and the blue, red and black veiltail on the bottom is the male. I know he is a male because I don't see the eggspot. I know the difference between a male and female betta.

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An eggspot is not a reliable sexing method at all... I have males that have what looks like them and females that don't. The one on the bottom looks like either a young male or a female.
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I really feel like they are both females. I have a female that looks very similar to your blue one, and she does not have an eggspot either. Like Matts said, the eggspot is not always a reliable means of sexing.
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I also agree with 10asartin and Matt ^_^ Either way they're still nice looking fish! You should start a sorority! lol

Good luck on giving them a new home though, I'm sure someone will be happy to take them!

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Well I have a 30 gallon tank that I am gonna be using as a fry tank for my soon to be guppy fry. I have 3 females that are pregnant and I figured a 30 gallon was big enough for all the fry. Would 2 bettas be alright with 60+ guppy fry? I expect the guppy fry within 3 weeks or so.

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Pregnant? :o Bettas can't get pregnant. Do you mean eggy? The eggs are infertile if they're eggy. A 30G won't be big enough for all that fry; if they're alive.

Bettas will most likely eat guppy fry.

Over hundreds of bettas die in their small, dirty cups each day. Only you can help them live. Research and then save them, today!
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Not bettas. MY GUPPIES ARE PREGNANT NOT MY BETTAS. I have no way my bettas could be pregnant only my guppies are pregnant.

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