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Old 11-15-2012, 10:25 PM   #11 
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They are Beatiful.
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wow. Very pretty bettas!
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I noticed the crowntail bits on the female too.

Congrats on your fishies!
Thank you, everyone! The female is like a hyperactive kid, flitting all around her tank. The male isn't quite sure about anything yet, but at least he no longer resembles a wilted letter leaf. :)
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Old 11-16-2012, 03:36 PM   #12 
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I have ADHD too me and your Betta are similair.
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Old 11-16-2012, 03:57 PM   #13 
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I have ADHD too me and your Betta are similair.
LOL! But she's really interesting to watch. And she really interacts with me. It's like I come into the room and she goes "Wheeeeee! I'm so glad you're here! Will you feed me? Feed me! I'm so hungry! Wheeeee -- I'm gonna fly around my tank now 'cause I'm sooooo excited!

She's a fun fish. LOL
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Heh, don't even consider breeding anytime soon! lol Firstly, being royal blue, VT and CT, and being petstore fish are all against you in trying to sell them. People buying off a breeder are looking for certain things. Anyway, not to discourage you from the future! Keep an open mind

He will come around eventually. Some fish are shy, others active and brazen. They're new still so in time he won't help but show his true colors!
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Proffesional breeders do not like VTs.
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Heh, don't even consider breeding anytime soon! lol Firstly, being royal blue, VT and CT, and being petstore fish are all against you in trying to sell them. People buying off a breeder are looking for certain things. Anyway, not to discourage you from the future! Keep an open mind

He will come around eventually. Some fish are shy, others active and brazen. They're new still so in time he won't help but show his true colors!
No, I'm not about to them get any closer to one another than they are now -- which is in separate tanks about a foot apart, with lots of stuff between them. LOL

Active and brazen is good. (As I watch the female sailing full-speed around her tank.)
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If they are Pet store fish doont breed them they probably have bad genetics, and are too old to breed.
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If they are Pet store fish doont breed them they probably have bad genetics, and are too old to breed.
No, I'm not going to breed them.

Are pet store fish old? I would have guessed they were young. (And also the fish that breeders weren't interested in keeping.)
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They are usually old breeders 6 months to a year old.
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Old 11-16-2012, 05:46 PM   #20 
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Oh my. My brain just shorted out thinking about that.

I'm just a fish newbie, hoping to keep two bettas alive. Not sure I want to take on a the process of breeding, with all its potential risks and loads of responsibilities.

I could just see myself with 50 three gallon critter keepers - each filled with a little blue fish. LOL
Don't breed CT's to VT's. The fins will be messy and you will probably have to cull most of them.

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