Went on a shopping spree to my lfs as i knew they'd recently had a shipment of females and male bettas, when i went there i was not disappointed...id mainly gone in to buy females and some small tanks for my fry but i couldnt resist the males they had and at £7.95 a male (HM) there was no way i was leaving without one! I did have a very nice friend who told me about the shipment or i would never have known.
I havent been able to picture all 9 females but i think i managed the morgority of them.
This is the male he's HM and has a shiney greeny/blue body and yellow finnage with black edging, the photo's not that good but he's actually stunning to look at:
These are the females i do have a matching female to the male who i will be attempting to breed in the future: This is the green bodied yellow finned female to match the above male:
Aw thanks dont sulk, the shop is called Pier Aquatics, iv bought from them before i usually buy my imported bettas from maidenhead aquatics as i ask them to get me various types and usually come up trumps with what i want but they cost £8.50 each male or female. Im currently waiting on 4 DT females from there but heard nothing as yet!
oh no! Hope the treatment works quickly and that they are all well again soon. I haven't had an outbreak of whitespot in the 10 yrs I've had my main tank set up. I had the occasional outbreak in previous tanks,- and don't miss it at all
I bought some female crowntails the other day one of them had whitespot all cleared up now thankfully. Nice suprise though they said they couldnt guarantee colour ended up with an orange a black and a lovely shade of blue. Very pleased with them
Im not too happy about the outbreak but it's easily made better the only other time i had white spot is when i added a male to a divided tank full of males they where fine after treatment but i missed looking at them for 2 weeks as i covered them up to keep stress levels low.