This might sound odd...

Discussion in 'Betta Fish' started by Red1313, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Red1313Fishlore VIPMember

    But I can't remember the last time I saw a red cambodian male? I know they're common in females but I don't see them very often in the guys... Anyone else noticed this or am I just sort of crazy?
     




  2. Kerber23Valued MemberMember

    Google says they are uncommon... :/
     




  3. Red1313Fishlore VIPMember

    Hmmm I thought cambodian was a dominant color trait...
     
  4. Kerber23Valued MemberMember

    I really dont know much about red cambodians .. i tanke google worth a grain of rice
     
  5. MartinismommyFishlore VIPMember

    I get one every now and then....
     

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  6. Gouramiguy17Well Known MemberMember

    ??? What is a Cambodian male? Is it a color scheme? Is it finnage? Just curoius, sry if im hijacking
     
  7. Red1313Fishlore VIPMember

    No hi-jack :p
    Cambodian is a betta with a white/cream colored body and pigmented fins. You can have blue, red and green cambodians
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    This is a picture or a red cambodian male.
     
  8. uprightandlockedWell Known MemberMember

    That is a pretty coloration! Thank you for clarifying what cambodian meant - I was curious as well!
     
  9. critter_fritter79Well Known MemberMember

    I have fry from my red male and my cambodian female...I wonder if any of the male fry will be cambodian??
     
  10. MartinismommyFishlore VIPMember

    Critter, I've seen many cambo males in both CT and VT....Just not too many in HM.....
     
  11. critter_fritter79Well Known MemberMember

    Ahhhhh...I gotcha! My first spawn is regular veils..I wonder why they are uncommon among halfmoons?
     
  12. Gouramiguy17Well Known MemberMember

    oh, i like cambodians, i bought my betta juliet because she had a white body and pink fins, later her body turned pink and her fins turned purple/red/blue
     
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