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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-09-2013, 12:35 PM
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norico-san, you have good english being from nihongo. Are bettas popular there? Post pictures of your bettas! arigatou.

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post #22 of 26 (permalink) Old 03-09-2013, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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norico-san, you have good english being from nihongo. Are bettas popular there? Post pictures of your bettas! arigatou.
Geeee, thank you.
Bettas not popular in Japan.
But every aqua shop sell them.
Okay, if I bought Yellow one, I'll post some pics !
Arigatou!
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Geeee, thank you.
Bettas not popular in Japan.
But every aqua shop sell them.
Okay, if I bought Yellow one, I'll post some pics !
Arigatou!
I know a few top notch breeders out of Japan that have nice stock, but excessive RT can be an issue with some of them.
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I know a few top notch breeders out of Japan that have nice stock, but excessive RT can be an issue with some of them.
I am sorry what is RT ?
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I am sorry what is RT ?
Rosetail (excessive branching on caudal fin).

Here is an example but when the fish are younger they look more like the second picture.



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Rosetail (excessive branching on caudal fin).

Here is an example but when the fish are younger they look more like the second picture.
Oh, no!
Thank you for teach me.
It looks like so different.
I understand that.

Thank you !
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