Being a new betta "mom" I tend to be a little over-protective, helicopter parent if you will. I'm a bit concerned about her gills. They're red and I've heard this can be a sign of ammonia burns(which is very possible due to previously poor tank conditions). But she's also a red fish. Can gill color match body color?? Or should I start doing something to treat her burns? I'm not sure if they've always been red or if they recently changed color. I use API QuickStart and API Stresscoat for every water change. But for a while I used ZooMed's brand of Betta Conditioner. I'm much better about water changes than I once was and Python is now in a bigger tank. (unfortunately still under a gallon) I don't have a test kit yet but I have a Seachem Ammonia alert in the tank and it was always either yellowish(safe) or a weird grey color(not sure what that is.) But she's able to fully close her gills. Anyways this ended up being quite long, sorry about that. But just to restate, should I be worried?