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Old 01-23-2012, 11:36 AM   #351 
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I honestly have a little bit of a tough time IDing females tail types. I would say "no" on wild type, but I can't say for sure. Where did you get her?
Indjo is a breeder so I think the advice you got from them is good and your female isn't wild type. As far as king - def a possibility, I think, if she's still young.
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Old 01-29-2012, 02:24 PM   #352 
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Now I know that mine is a multicolored crown :)
He has blue, green, and dark dark red.
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Old 02-15-2012, 10:42 PM   #353 
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quick question whats it called when your betta looks blue in some light and green in other light???
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Old 02-23-2012, 05:11 PM   #354 
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I love this post! So informative. :) I was unsure of all the color pattern labels, and have never seen a feathertail before. Lovely!
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Old 02-26-2012, 12:26 PM   #355 
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that means Jaws is a crowntail muliticolor (or maybe cambodian) Jimmi is a royal blue veil tail and CM (real name Chris Martin, but we call him Fi Ash) is a red veil tail. Even though Jaws was mixed-up bred and sold at petsmart, he turned out to be the most beutiful betta in the world.
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:04 PM   #356 
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As many others have said, thank you for this thread (& forum!)
I got my 1st Betta almost 10 years ago, unfortunately he only lived about 3mths. But after thinking about it alot the last few weeks and reading this site, as well as others. I purchased at 12Gal tank & got back into fish ownership.
Fin (I know what can I say, I have 3 kids; 7, 5 & 2 years...) it was either that or Flare Fin; according to your original post is a tri-colored veiltail! Not exactly "uncommon" but we think he's beautiful!
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Old 03-05-2012, 08:26 PM   #357 
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Sounds very cute! And I understand.. my kids are the same way lol.
And don't worry about him being a veiltail, those are my personal favorites.. I love the "classic" look to them. Second would probably be double tails.. But VTs... they are just so nice to have around. Love the reds and blues.. have a couple blue boys and a blue VT girl lol.. like I said, I like the "classics" :)
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Old 03-07-2012, 04:57 AM   #358 
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I think these questions might be appropriate for this thread.

How, exactly, do you define a dragonscale?

Do the scales have to cover a certain minimum of their bodies?

Is there a name for it when the metallic part doesn't cover the entire scale,
giving them a 'beaded' or pin-striped appearance?

How does a Copper differ from a Dragon?

What defines a 'rosetail?'

Thank you.

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whats it called when your betta looks blue in some light and green in other light???
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:10 PM   #359 
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quick question whats it called when your betta looks blue in some light and green in other light???
My girl is like that. I found out that she is a metallic/steel blue. You can see her in my album. Hope this helps! P.S. Christina, LOVE this thread. My favorites are Pineapple & Chocolate, & I like HM,VT,& CTPK (mmm pineapple & chocolate....)
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:35 PM   #360 
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I think these questions might be appropriate for this thread.

How, exactly, do you define a dragonscale?

Do the scales have to cover a certain minimum of their bodies?

Is there a name for it when the metallic part doesn't cover the entire scale,
giving them a 'beaded' or pin-striped appearance?

How does a Copper differ from a Dragon?

What defines a 'rosetail?'

Thank you.

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I would also like to know how you define a "dragon."
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