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  1. adlemsi
    09-09-2015 10:01 PM - permalink
    adlemsi
    Thanks, BubblesTheBlueBetta! No, he doesn't fin bite! I'm very grateful for that! I LOVE Halfmoon Bettas!
  2. BubblesTheBlueBetta
    09-09-2015 05:14 PM - permalink
    BubblesTheBlueBetta
    Magma is soooooo pretty! He has such a huge tail, does he fin bite?
  3. adlemsi
    09-06-2015 07:01 PM - permalink
    adlemsi
    Thanks jadaBlu! I got Magma from a breeder in Thailand. He was actually a replacement for a DOA, which was a more solid red (no iridescence). He's a great addition to my bedroom & life. Today, I made him "work" for his bloodworms, LOL.
  4. jadaBlu
    09-06-2015 02:00 PM - permalink
    jadaBlu
    I love your red betta I used to have one like him name Fiero he is missed. Did you get him locally or from a breeder?
  5. adlemsi
    08-17-2015 09:02 PM - permalink
    adlemsi
    His name is Magma. I haven't taught him any tricks yet. I've had him less than two weeks. He's a creature of habit though, swimming to the spot where I feed him, right before the time I drop his food. He already recognizes the tweezer I use & follows it around. If I want to get his attention, I dip the tweezer a click it a couple of times. I guess that could be considered a trick, LOL.
  6. tiffanylucky
    08-17-2015 12:12 PM - permalink
    tiffanylucky
    What's his name and does he know any tricks?
  7. adlemsi
    08-13-2015 10:02 PM - permalink
    adlemsi
    I'm not sure, lol. I used the picture from the breeder to make a graphic avatar
  8. tiffanylucky
    08-13-2015 01:05 PM - permalink
    tiffanylucky
    What is your pretty eye catching boy flaring at?
  9. adlemsi
    08-09-2015 10:38 AM - permalink
    adlemsi
    Ok, thanks!
  10. Elleth
    08-08-2015 09:49 PM - permalink
    Elleth
    Oh! Mine all sink eventually, but if you want it to sink right away, just tipping it so all the air bubbles come out should do it. I just let mine float till they sink, my bettas enjoy swimming through them when they float, too.

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