What Type Of Betta Do I Have

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Forums' started by Mathew Sanders, May 23, 2018.

  1. M

    Mathew Sanders New Member Member

    I've had this baby girl betta from petco for a little while and the fins have grown a bit but not as much as the body has I was wondering if anyone could figure out the type of betta it is or if it's too young to tell IMG_20180523_150258.jpg IMG_20180523_150256.jpg IMG_20180523_150249.jpg
     
  2. N

    NeonTetraBoi New Member Member

    Mabey koi betta? I have a koi and it kind of looks like that
     
  3. RainBetta

    RainBetta Well Known Member Member

    Koi bettas have splashes of color so I know that is definitely not a koi. Ur betta looks fully grown, unless you have small platies... That looks like a red vieltail from my knowledge
     




  4. OP
    OP
    M

    Mathew Sanders New Member Member

    Oh is there a reason her fins aren't as full grown as a normal vieltail
     
  5. Dch48

    Dch48 Well Known Member Member

    I think it looks like a Delta tail but hard to tell with females.
     
  6. N

    NeonTetraBoi New Member Member

    M
    Mine is a koi betta but it is a female and she is all red with little black
     
  7. RainBetta

    RainBetta Well Known Member Member

    Well she is a female... but other than that I'm not really sure
     
  8. N

    NeonTetraBoi New Member Member

    image.jpg This is my female koi betta
     
  9. Mazeus

    Mazeus Well Known Member Member

    Your betta has the marble gene which is why she is now a solid colour. Koi is about the pattern so she is no longer koi.
     
  10. D

    DutchAquarium Well Known Member Member

    This is what i'm seeing, She is a mixed vieltail betta and perhaps has a marble gene. She also appears to have some pineappling which is the black etch on the scales.
     
  11. RainBetta

    RainBetta Well Known Member Member





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