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Old 11-19-2013, 12:53 AM   #1 
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Question Is this tail combination possible?

I'm not sure I'm in the right forum but I have a fish who has an extremely fantail + halfmoon shape.



He's not flaring in this one, but you can kind of see the roundness.

Basically, when he flares, the whole tail becomes a circle that reaches a little past 180 degrees. It appears halfmoon, but doesn't make a "D" shape.

I'm not sure what kind of finnage he is. Halfmoon or fantail, or a combination?

Also to note, I've never bred betta fish, and I'm a complete dummy in this subject.
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Hes just a halfmoon with rounded caudal edges which is fault. So basically a hm with bad breeding, but hes cute anyway
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His coloring is pretty.
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