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And he was the greenest betta I've ever seen. He was green. GREEN!! It wasn't the water or the light. Although the water is blue from methylene blue, it doesn't affect the color of the bettas in their cups. So here's the gorgeous boy. And, for people who don't believe me, no, the image is not edited to either enhance or edit the color. I was amazed to see this guy. A gorgeous find! I'm so upset that I couldn't bring him home. :-(

Now that I look, he's greener in life and on my phone. Oh well, hopefully you guys will enjoy. Anyone have any green bettas?
 

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No, I've gotten yellow bettas from Walmart before, they're yellow in the cups. It was a green betta. His face was brown, but he was green. The yellow bettas (usually females) are actually yellow in the cups. The blue dye does not distort the color from what I've seen. Even my blue marble didn't look distorted.

Also, PocketMew, I'm actually in Portage, Indiana right now. So, don't know how far that is from you, but there's some awesome bettas here.
 

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Yeah, green bettas are green without flash. My mother-in-law has a green and white marble HMPK. He's gorgeous and the first green marble I've ever seen. With the boy I found, he was green without flash. I'll see if he's still there tomorrow. I just might pick him up. :-D
 

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UGH!! I went to Walmart today and he was gone. :-( There was a black CT there that I wanted as well, but of course it has to be the green guy who is gone. *pouts*
 
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