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Old 02-25-2011, 12:35 AM   #21 
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I have been breeding DT with my Singletail Bettas for 3 years now and decided to do a DT X DT spawn just this once. Here's a few of the results:
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I love the one with the yellow fins. I have never seen yellow that bright on a Betta before. :)
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:24 PM   #23 
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I have been breeding DT with my Singletail Bettas for 3 years now and decided to do a DT X DT spawn just this once. Here's a few of the results
That was a bold move! But it looks like it went well! Are the DTs on AB from that spawn too? They seem to have a much more balanced split :)



And now, here's my DT, Monet:



I LOVE this pic!!

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Old 02-25-2011, 03:51 PM   #24 
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Monet is very handsome. I figured a one time DT to DT spawn wouldn't be taxing the DT genes too much. I would be introducing other singletail to DT crosses for several generations before I would consider doing another one. Yes the ones listed on Aquabid are from the same spawn. I have over 300 more growing out from that spawn that I need to separate and jar the rest of the males. I see you are located in Arkansas and Minnesota. Is that from one and living in the other or do you go back and forth? I'm planning on moving to my property in Harrison as soon as I get my tax refund. Then I can really expand and add other species.

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Monet is very handsome. I figured a one time DT to DT spawn wouldn't be taxing the DT genes too much. I would be introducing other singletail to DT crosses for several generations before I would consider doing another one. Yes the ones listed on Aquabid are from the same spawn. I have over 300 more growing out from that spawn that I need to separate and jar the rest of the males.
Sounds like a good plan! I definitely think the DTxDT cross improved your line :)
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Old 02-25-2011, 05:10 PM   #26 
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Here is my sister's Betta, (who I am holding on to until she visits) Monster.


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The picture is crap, but here is Glitter, my DBT. Yes, he is as small as he seems. His body length is about 1 1/4 inches. Got him at PetCo.
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The picture is crap, but here is Glitter, my DBT. Yes, he is as small as he seems. His body length is about 1 1/4 inches. Got him at PetCo.
Hehehe! He's got such a cute shape :D He's all spread eagle! I like it!
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I know! He's adorable. I think I MIGHT have a better picture, though. Here, he was still in his cup.
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Well. Even though the pictures are blurry you can clearly tell that he is one stunning Betta. :)
Keep on taking pictures of him, I would love to see a clear one!
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