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04-02-2015 05:13 PM
BeautifulBetta its okay!! :D I could start seeing their fins at about a week old, but mine didnt start getting colour until about a month in. I can see irridescence on a couple of my current 3 week olds but no colour yet. Reds usually show up first
03-20-2015 07:22 PM
mashp sorry for asking this question BeautifulBetta in your thread, how old were the babies when their fin stared growing?
03-17-2015 09:45 AM
Sadist Thanks for the info!

Wow, you got a white one in all those dark colors! That's amazing! I really love the colors, and people looking for pets might not care if the ventrals are there or not.
03-14-2015 01:50 PM
BeautifulBetta Yeah for sure, I feel awful that so many were missing ventrals, but they'll be kept as pets, I only sold the others who had ventrals. Had another spawn this time and I'm feeding a LOT less microworms this time, stopping at 2 weeks instead of carrying them on for a long time. There's one baby that I forgot to include, she's still very very small (I think it was the second spawn i had done that I put in with these fry) and shes WHITE. totally white!! AND she has ventrals so yay for that haha. Thanks everyone!! Totally love them <3
03-14-2015 04:33 AM
Nimble My hypothesis is that it's because microworms are generally fairly nutrient poor, and thus may be lacking in a specific micronutrient or amino-acid that is necessary for activation of the gene that codes for production of ventral fins.
03-14-2015 01:15 AM
aaronpham Or it's the dead worms creating bacteria that burn/eat off the ventrals.. Same concept though. Generally, if the bottom of the tank is really clean then most fish will have vents.. But from my research most people who feed to much microworms usually end up with at least some fish without vents!
03-13-2015 05:21 PM
Bikeridinguckgirl14 Microworms are live fed, so if you feed too many then you have a bunch of tiny micro worms hanging out on the tank floor, when the fry go to the floor to feed they rest their nubby little vents on/in the living Microworms, and I believe the worms eat the vents, and since they're eaten down to the nub they don't regrow
03-13-2015 04:23 PM
Sadist What stunning colors!

What exactly about too many worms impacts ventrals?
03-13-2015 02:58 PM
SiameseFightingArt
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I love this boy. Your lucky! lol
03-13-2015 03:55 AM
BeautifulBettaFishies
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Fed too many worms? You're missing ventrals on a lot of them.
^+1 on the ventrals, but I thought it was over feeding something else ?

You've still got some absolutely gorgeous babies here though :) Lucky :)
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