Originally Posted by Weeknd
This is my new girl.
It's pretty plain color, I was wondering if you any of you think it might change color some more or if that could be it.
She is a very pretty girl you have there. Yellows are kind of rare to find in pet stores and do vary in tail types. IMO i would say that she is done with changing color. Though only time can tell and who knows, but it is highly unlikely she will change anymore. She might just get more of the yellow color on her fins to spread a little more, but that's about it. From what I would guess.
Originally Posted by Bambi
Ah, my black wit blue iridescence female has black spots on her body much like alot of black laces i've seen.
i'm assuming blue laces are like that just more..blue, like the royal blue? Color names still confuse me a little as some are strain specific and such(like all black crystals are blacklace,not all blacklace are black crystal)
Well not really royal blue, but I would say it's more of a darker turquoise color that shines and is very noticeable especially with flash.
Also remember that all Marbles are Multicolors, BUT all multicolors are NOT marbles.
I agree that color names can be very confusing at times. Though it is to show ownership by the breeder. Usually names like "Blue Diamond" (meaning blue marble dragon) is just a name that breeders use when they have their own line. Though you would say why don't they just say blue marble dragon? They do this to be sure that the costumer remembers a unique name and can pass it on, thus making the name, breeder, and breed of fish/betta, very popular and the breeder will get lots more costumers and business.
Does that make sense?