So I have some girls/boys that need new homes. Some are free (besides shipping) others are of breeding quality and I will have to charge for.
Shipping for up to 4 bettas is $13
Shipping for 4+ is $15
If you need a heatpack, I will have to charge an additional $2.50
Please see the writing above each picture for the fish's description and whether he/she is free or not.
Female blue/cello marbled VT. about 5 months old. Bought as a baby betta from petco and is a great little girl.
Female HM, full 180* spread, slight red wash on anal but otherwise a great breeder prospect
Blue Grizzled Super Delta male. Came out of great breeding stock, has great forms, but ugly finnage. His parents were both great looking fish, fins, form, everything..and I was planning to breed him anyways, but after a recent aquabid buying spree, I have more fish than I can handle.
Blue grizzled female, sibling to the above male. Gorgeous fish was going to spawn with her brother but like I stated in his info, I went on an AB buying spree and have to make some room.
Here is the parents of the blue grizzled siblings to show what kind of quality is in their blood
Platinum white, blue, and red male HM. Had an experience with columnaris and it ate away a small bit of his mouth so it's a little deformed. He's lived like this for a good 5 months now and is my little survivor and fighter. Wish I could keep him but I really need to cut back. Has a lot of attitude and a great personality.
Red/Gold Dragon Male. Great quality boy with BIG finnage. Great form and coloring, decided to spawn his brother instead.
Platinum Cello female (sibling to the above red/gold male) Very nice looking girl with good form, starting to get a bit of red wash that looks almost pink which is really cool, but not for my breeding plans...
All females have been living the sorority life very peacefully since I've had them. They do well with other fish, ghost shrimp, and even things so small as tiger endlers and even a couple of fry here and there!
Males only have experience with snails. They do well with the snails though so there is a good chance they'd do fine with shrimp or other fish too.