Originally Posted by Option
Very nice! I'm assuming these are extremely rare to find in the wild now??
I had no idea that there was such thing as a wild betta splendens. I had always thought that betta splendens was a product of multiple wild betta species.
OMG!!! For real? Let me tell you a little about wild bettas. There are 7 different types of wild bettas that belongs to the splenden complex group and they are Splendens, imbellis, mahachaiensis, smaragdina, guitar smaragdina, siamorientalis, and stiktos. Its call splenden complex group because Splenden wat the first found in the wild so that was the main name used they all are bubblenesters they call can be breed together creating wat you might see people call hybrids