Bettas

Super Delta Butterfly Betta (Betta splendens) The Super Delta Butterfly Betta (Betta splendens), is similar to the halfmoon betta, but instead of the tail reaching the full 180 Degrees, Super Delta’s reach between 120-160 degrees. The name Butterfly comes from the appearance of the Betta. Two thirds of the body are a

Twin Tail Betta (Betta splendens) The Twin Tail Betta (Betta splendens) were selectively bred for their colour. However, they were also bred for their fighting ability so don’t house more than one male or similar looking fish. These betta’s are captivating in a community aquarium. They draw the focus of anyone looking in

crowntail betta

Crown Tail Betta (Betta splendens) The Crown Tail Betta (Betta Splendens) is name after the unique crown-like appearance of it’s tail. These betta’s come in a wide variety of colours and patterns, from metallic to pastel, blue to red. They have fascinating personalities and demonstrate their aggressive, or protective, characteristics constantly.

male betta

Male Betta (Betta splendens) The Male Betta (Betta Splendens) are prized for their stunning display of colours and body shapes. They are a much sought after, and easy to keep fish, that can be housed in a community aquarium. Only keep one male per tank as they will be incredibly aggressive towards

female betta splendens

Female Betta (Betta splendens) The female Betta (Betta Splendens) is often referred to as the ‘ugly duck’ amongst aquarists. This is due to its limited display of colours and shorter tails compared to males. However female betta’s are fantastic occupants in a peaceful community aquarium. For one, you can house more