The feathertail....ARGH! If I buy him I'll have to have a female...and they are outrageous/hard to find as well. But you can't pay $100 for a fish and not breed him! Do you guys think he's really worth $100? I would be super crushed if he died in transit.... Silly betta addiction :) I don't think I can do it...LOL :)
NEAT! I love all those!
I just posted this one in another thread, but I'm posting again cuz I think he's so awesome...I made him the background on my phone!
BuyItNow is $150 for this guy!
I don't understand one bit why that fish is the price he is. He's pretty and all that, but if you look at the close up of his tail doesn't it look deformed beyond what should be okay for a feather tail? I've never heard of the term 'apache' being used to describe a betta but... I just don't understand why that fish is so expensive.
I'd say, the more expensive the fish is, the more important it become, I wonder if I breed my poor Fillet and say they are royal British fish from the National Fish Association in Great Britain (I just made the name up), I wonder if I can sell them for £200 each. :V
Burd, I agree, considering it would be stupid to even breed him, there is no way he should cost $150... I'm guessing they called him "apache" because his tail looks like arrows... maybe. Faith called one of her red BF strains apaches.
Yep, Aquastar71, his bettas are absolutely gorgeous, the feather tail is pretty, but it's scales at the end of his tail, and one of his rays look extremely mutated. (His last feather tail didn't look like that, it looked more proportional so to speak?)