About Colors. Question

Discussion in 'Betta Fish' started by Georgie Girl, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. Georgie Girl

    Georgie Girl Valued Member Member

    Here’s my Fishy Boris Karloff. (This is an older photo. If you like I’ll post a more recent one.) I got him from dastardly Petsmart’s tiny cup farm on April 13. He had terrible fin rot. Since then he’s thrived in good water and with good food – just as this community said he would do. Thank you all!

    So as you see, he’s white, actually kinda pinkish, with charcoal fins. Has anyone any experience with a pinkish fish with charcoal fins? I’m wondering if he’ll ever color up.

    If he doesn’t ever get any colors, no matter. I just want him healthy and engaged.

     
  2. LilBlub

    LilBlub Well Known Member Member

    There are “cellophane” bettas who always have a pale, fleshy color. Sometimes they can have the pinkish-white body color and darker fins. That might be what he is. Or, he might just be a pale betta who will eventually get really bright! It’s always hard to tell with bettas, they’re never consistent with their colors!
     




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