Like how a veil tail's rays split into two, and an HM splits into 4 or more. Daisy's rays don't split, they're just singles.
Like here's my first betta, vincent, he was a veil-tail. You can see the little lines (rays) in his tail split into two:
And here's my halfmoon, Sullivan, who's rays split into atleast four (hard to tell, his aren't as pronounced and they are very close together)
And here's a photo of Daisy, her rays don't split at all, they're just single. I'm just curious as to what tail-type that makes her.
I'm sorry if branching isn't the right word to describe what I'm talking about, but I'm pretty sure it is.