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Dark blue Betta
Beautiful white and red Betta
Violet and red betta
Red Betta
"Orange dalmation" Betta

Bettas come in a variety of colors, such as red, blue, turquoise, orange, yellow, white, and green. Most are slightly iridescent, and can appear to change color with different lighting or viewing angle. Breeders have also developed different color patterns such as marble and butterfly, as well as metallic shades such as copper, gold, and opaque. (--Wikipedia)

Like any tropical fish, successfully breeding and caring for Bettas involves some research. For starters, their aggressive nature require that their tank mates are chosen properly. Dietary considerations, as well as appropriate tank size and water conditions also play a huge role in proper Betta fish care.

Male metallic double tail Betta



Fluorescent orange betta
Dark blue / violet and dark red Bettas
Turquoise betta
Fluorescent red betta
Beautiful charcoal and mustard betta - Click to enlarge

The Betta fish (Betta splendens), commonly called a "Siamese fighting fish", is one of the most popular species of freshwater aquarium fish. It is native to the Mekong river basin in Southeast Asia and called pla-kad ("Biting Fish") in its native Thailand.

The name Betta (or betta) is pronounced (bet' ta) That is, the first part is the same as the English word bet. By confusion with the name of the Greek letter "beta" the name is often mispronounced and may be misspelled with one t.

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