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Old 10-17-2011, 09:02 PM   #11 
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Kind of looks like it could be.

What's more is... I think he's a she. S/he gorged him/herself on frozen brine shrimp tonight, and I thought I saw an egg spot. S/he also doesn't have a visible beard, but s/he is a very young fish. About as big across as a US nickel, not counting caudal fin.

I mean... I know how to sex bettas. But this one has me baffled. I've never had one this young before. How can I tell? Might his/her light color make it more difficult?

I'm x-posting to the breeding forum as well, since this isn't really about THIS specific picture, but figured someone might know.

Here's the thread on the breeding board, if people would like to discuss it there:
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Old 01-20-2015, 01:21 PM   #12 
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Albinsm does not render the individual as blind. Although they do have limited vision in some way and light sensitivity. Usually lower light conditions can help with vision as bright light can drwn out an image.

I myself am an OCA2 albino. There are different types of albinism. One type affects only the eyes - ocular albinism which someone mentioned. There is the albinism everyon thinks of when they hear albino which is OCA1. And there is even a few more which i am not totally sure about.
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