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DEFINING A GOOD DOUBLETAIL
Although with the advent of the Halfmoon craze the DT betta has lost much of its initial appeal, in my opinion there are still few things more magnificent than a fully-symmetrical, stout doubletail with overlapping fins in full flare!
BASIC BETTA COLORS
Bettas come in a wide array of colors. They can be jewel-bright to soft pastel and even pure white or completely colorless. The colors available can be combined or crossed to make even more colors. For this reason they are one of the most popular hobby fish of all time.
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BETTA BREEDING BLOOPERS
So what happens when your betta pair doesn't exactly do things by the book? Check out this hilarious pictorial!
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR BETTA GETS SICK
As with all aquarium fish, sometimes bettas get ill. It is important to be familiar with your fish, so that any unusual behavior can be detected early.
MACRASTOMA, THE BEAUTY OF BRUNEI
From the land of Brunei comes a truly remarkable wild betta.
WHAT IS A MUSTARD GAS BETTA?
These days, the term Mustard Gas (or "MG") is used, incorrectly as it happens, to describe any bicolored fish that possesses a green, blue, or steel blue body and yellow or orange fins. But what of the original Mustard Gas?