baby blue when we first got him as one of those petco 1.99 "baby bettas"... i was pretty convinced it would be a female veil-tail, no question.
baby blue a few months later. when i first started to notice my little she may be a big he :X
baby blue most recently, with all his pretty finned glory. so much fun to watch one grow up like that. he has been in a couple tanks, but a three gallon most his life. he should be getting a 5 gallon very soon, perhaps tomorrow ill buy it and set it up if i have time before work.
houdini shortly after we took him home. we found him in a tiny jar with almost no water. we were actually happily surprised at how much fin he did have. the extremely low water made us believe he had virtually no fins
not really recent. actually only a few days after we got him. he almost instantly perked up to great health.
this tank has changed a little sense, but this is him in the 5 gallon he now lives in with a snail and a few ghost shrimp (the snail will probably go in the 40 gallon when its more established. and the ghost shrimp will also probably make their way there to avoid getting eaten. i already moved about half of them)
i have some really good pictures of my snail and ghost shrimp. along with some great pygmy cory and lyretail guppy photos, but ive probably *****d out too much already for a first post. :X sorry