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Hi all.
I have a question. If it possible to combine 3 different male in one betta?. I mean let say i have 3 male betta. Male number 1 have excellent caudal fin, poor ana fin and poor dorsal fin. Male number 2 have excellent anal fin, poor caudal fin and poor dorsal fin. Male number 3 have excellent dorsal fin, poor caudal fin and poor anal fin.

I want to combine 3 excellent finnage above in one betta. What should i do?.
 

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Hmmm, I think you'd have to handle this one generation of fish at a time, and select the best fish from each generation to work with.

There's at least one article/thread there that could be helpful for you;
 

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Hmmm, I think you'd have to handle this one generation of fish at a time, and select the best fish from each generation to work with.

There's at least one article/thread there that could be helpful for you;
I can't thank you enough, Mbpoppy. I truly appreciate it.
 

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At this time i want to collecting knowledge of betta as much as possible. And once i get started my project i will let you know my progress, Mbpoppy
 

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Yes you can. But it will take you many generations. I suggest you find a PK female with good form then breed to male with the nice dorsal. . . . IME, dorsals are the hardest to fix. Caudal is easier while anal should fix itself.

You can even cross female offspring to the other two males, if you want.
 
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