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Old 01-15-2013, 10:37 AM   #11 
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My "just fed" ones

Janey is also eggy... So she becomes a balloon after being fed Feeding well causes the fish to become more thick (no such thing as a fat betta)

Whereas you can see with my newest cambodian female, she is pretty thin... But her and a female crowntail I bought will thicken up with my heavy feeding schedule

Crowntails are notorious for having smaller stomachs. This guy, is proof His belly is bigger than I would have wanted, but he'll be fine.

My super delta does not really show a belly. Would have helped if he stopped flaring at one of the male baby bettas and actually ate ALL his food.

My halfmoon shows a very small belly

Mickey always had a small belly, and shows it after eating.
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Thank you for the pictures! And gorgeous bettas!
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:19 PM   #13 
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No problem =D I literally feed as much as they can eat... Janey is fed as much as my giant... As is the plakat girl. Food range for my bettas: 4-18 pellets a day depending on the betta.
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