Officially suspicious of Dahlia's gender...

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Well, I'm suspecting Dahlia of being a plakat male betta instead of a female.Here are the picture and give me your opinions.She was labeled as female but I really am getting slightly suspicious of her since she picks on Caledonia...
 

platy ben

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I would say female.
 

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Looks female to me

Keep in mind that most of the girls don't appear to appreciate roommates of their own species any more then the boys do :-\
 

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That's a pretty clear picture of her egg tube in the second one. My vote is female.
 
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Well, I wasn't sure because the dorsal fin closely resembled a picture I saw of a plakat earlier.Thanks for the help.
 

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ya, betta female don't work well mixed together most of the time


And, a little off topic, but is that a pink furby behind the tank in the second picture?
 
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Yeah.She has her own little house now.Caledonia is recovering quite well so far.
 
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She's a pretty little thing. Stressed though. What's bugging her?
 
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Oh, she's a bit stressed out because she's a lil newbie.I recently had to separate her from the other fishes and she's probably a bit freaked out from the moving process.
 

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Monmouth said:
And, a little off topic, but is that a pink furby behind the tank in the second picture?
Lol I noticed that too that's pretty funny, I haven't seen a furby in years
 
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MomokoCove said:
Oh, she's a bit stressed out because she's a lil newbie.I recently had to separate her from the other fishes and she's probably a bit freaked out from the moving process.
Aww, well, I hope she de-stresses soon. I'm partial to blue girls
 
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I hope she does too.I'm starting to condition her today as when I went to the general store just a bit ago found some bloodworms. I can't wait to breed her with Shade actually.I could post pics of him in a bit.

Monmouth: Yes.There is two of them actually.Aside from those I have six more.I'm big fan and collector of furbies.
 

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I see the second one now. it blended in better. I haven't seen a furby in forever.
 

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She is a veiltail female.....
 

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Aw, she's very pretty!
 
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