Betta fish tail type

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Invertebrates' started by kimberlyKeidron, Jun 27, 2016.

  1. kimberlyKeidronValued MemberMember

    I can't remember what he was labeled as, and I'm not familiar enough to know right off the bat. TIA imageimage second photo was his first day home. First photo was today.
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  2. PlatyloverFishlore VIPMember

    Rose tail?
  3. FlowingfinsFishlore VIPMember

    Could you get a picture of him flaring? Looks like a half-moon or a rose tail to me as well.
  4. kimberlyKeidronValued MemberMember

    Both pictures are flared at full strength
  5. FlowingfinsFishlore VIPMember

    Most likely a delta rose tail then.
  6. kymmy1New MemberMember

  7. FlowingfinsFishlore VIPMember

    The betta does not have a full D, or 180 degree spread. A betta is considered a delta or super delta if not a full 180 degree spread. The reason he is a rose tail is because of his layered finnage, this gives them the look of a "rose".

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