Originally Posted by indjo
To determine tail type, we need to know their parents (sorry short memory).
Betta #1: long finned female with 4 rays - probably round tail or delta - not clear.
#2: male green/turquoise, either delta or VT with wider than usual caudal.
#3,4,5 : female 2 rays. Probably round tail - not sure long/short finned.
This is one of the problems when crossing tail types - females are hard to identify.
I think I posted this in Breeding section because after I posted this thread I thought it was in the wrong Section to thread it in...
.... well with someone with short term memory.. you are a great detector of this...
I will keep that in mind (females are hard to identify when crossing tails)
when I do my future breeding's with my other Betta fishes.
Betta #1 Female: Round tail... when ever flaring the tail is more round... I thought Delta would be more tri-like...
Betta #2 Male: Has VT Looking tail and when flaring tail may still slide down like usual with VT but the tail spreads at almost 150 degrees.
>>>> Photo when tail was short from fighting... when it was housed with about 23 other males... in a 50 gallon... already mature at 6.3 months.
Betta #3 Female: Shes has four rays... sorry for the blurring picture of her... camera wouldn't find an object to capture... though because she is dull and peachy its hard to see in the photo... But she has 4 rays... I don't think the length of her fins are full yet... tail is recovering from fighting...
Betta #4 Female: Possible to get PK from its breeding parents? or more like VT with acception of certain features?
Betta #5 Female: Looks roundtail... is a round tail the same as a VT???
Betta #6 Male/Female: Has a box like anal fin... Smaller juvie compared to the others... so Just wanted to ask what you thought it was...