VTs and CTs are pretty much it here, although for a while my favourite LFS had some DTs and HMs. I was lucky enough to snatch up his last HM before he closed. I was impressed, as no other petshop in this city stocks them.
My local pet stores often have a pretty good selection. Right now I've got a VT, super delta, and 2 HM (one of which is a copper dragon that rivals some stuff on aquabid). I guess it really is luck of the draw because some days I see beautiful fish at the store and some days it's pretty bland. I really had to hold myself back last time I was at Petco to buy another bulb. There was a beautiful red dragon. Ohhh I wanted him so badly, but sigh... I have no more room/tanks.
Our local store sells mostly blue and red VT, sometimes you'll find a yellow, multi, mustard gas or a pineapple VT. When they get new orders in, they have a few double tails, crowntails and dragon VTs. You gotta be quick to get those though. Our VTs are $6, but the specialty ones are $15/$20. So yeah, 95% of the time it's blue or red VT here.
And only VT females, right now all we have is cambodians.
so far i havent seen any plakats in the stores and no female betta. all other tails and colors are in good variety though the colour of my DT in my avy is devoid in this area. think i might have found a young one VT that had a good probability of that colour but i had maxed out my betta population 2 weeks earlier.
Depends on where I go.
At the walmart by my house mosty blues and reds in the CT area, though I saw a yellow once and used to see black orchids all the time. VT's we get blues and red and lots of orange dalmations, a few regular oranges, and a couple pineapples.
PK(all dragons)- Mostly the ever common but always stunning red dragons, some whites that marble out(like my old boy) saw a black once...
'hm'- marbles and multies, some butterflies occationally
vt-some mix, yellows,oranges,blues,reds,marbles
ct-Mostly blues here..
lots of tail types...but the fish are often to stressed and faded to see their real colors till you buy them.