Ok, I'm trying to understand betta genetics - and dominant/recessive traits.
At some point - not yet - I may decide to try breeding two of my loves.
How does one choose which ones?
I only have crowntail and veiltail females.
for males- I have a deltatail, 2 HM, a crowntail, and 2 kings.
What are the dominant and recessive tail types?
for veiltail girls, I have a cellophane, several red, some white with marbling, a light yellow, a pastel white-pink with red fins - and a couple of blues with face-masks.
I have crowntail girls - several blues with face masks, a white with blue fins, a red/purple girl,
hmmm... males -
the delta - irridescent? white - with light pink undershade?
the crowntail - green and blue mix body, black mask, mix blue and red tail.
Lancelot - HM - tourquoise, mustard yellow, some navy markings around fins, and a face mask
Gawain - HM - chocolate with some blue metallic running along body - with lighter colored fins with some light green tint.
Tristan - Veiltail - metallic colored pink body, red fins
Robin - Veiltail - green and blue body with mask, green, blue and red fins.
Arthur - King betta - white with tourquoise and some marbling, red and blue fins
Richard - King betta - multi blues with face mask, red and blue tail.
So how does it work exactly? who would be dominant? who'd be recessive? and how would I know who to match?