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Old 07-28-2010, 06:11 PM   #91 
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Hmmm... I think that's a bit small xD But the ^ could be Spadetails... Remember, veiltails have a HUGE variety. None of my veils look alike. Maybe I'll add on to this by posting some of the different veiltail looks...









Sorry for the not-so-good pictures... Google isn't amazing, you know :P It only picks up some pictures. But all of the above are veiltails, just different styles.
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Old 07-28-2010, 09:38 PM   #93 
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Here are some pictures where his dorsal fin isn't covering his tail, they are kind of blurry and hard to make out though, I will try to get some better ones.

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Old 07-28-2010, 10:53 PM   #94 
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I think you could get away with calling him a HM. ^_^
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He looks like a Super delta but ^ I agree you can ^
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New Betta parent here and cannot quite recognize if Chelle is a DeT (or SDeT) or a HM. Has a really long anal fin for a female too... what you think guys? Thank you!

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Could be a veil tail.
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You have a VT female. If you look at the rays in her tail they each split into two rays-but only two rays. She's a VT.
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You have a VT female. If you look at the rays in her tail they each split into two rays-but only two rays. She's a VT.
thank you guys, now that you mention it, yes they do.
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No problem, happy to help :)

And welcome to the forum, btw.
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