I have been trying to figure this one out for awhile. "Masked". It's an interesting name and yet so very confusing. There are Piebalds, with 1/3 of the body being white (sometimes with a bit of marbling or grizzling on the head, but most often being fully white). Then there are Full Masks, Bettas with a single colored body but what I would call a "blaze" on the top of the head, most often extending to the dorsal fin. "Masked". Looking it up, the results are often confusing. I most often see Full Mask Bettas, but that can't be it. I also see Bettas with only their head being one color (often white, but never extending past the gills), their body being another. Is this truly a Masked? If so, may I ask a question? A question that I've been wondering for quite awhile. For several years, in fact. What would be the name of solid colored Bettas who have a deep black head, extending to the dorsal fin, covering only part of the back, which ends in a triangular pattern? These are most often seen in blue colored Bettas, but I have also seen this feature in red and in other colors. My beloved girl, Bluestar, an absolutely stunning long-tailed female Turquoise Roundtail, had this intriguing feature that I could never find the name for. So I'm asking you, the wonderful people of Fishlore, do you know the name of these black-headed beauties, whether or not these are called Masked, and what "Masked" truly looks like in Bettas! Thank you all for reading, and remember, have a fin-tastic day!