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Also known as Crowntail Betta, Siamese Fighting Fish, Combattant (Canada), Trey kroem phloek (Cambodia), or Cá lia thia (Vietnam).
This specific fish comes in shades of green. There may be hints of blues or blacks throughout the body or fins.
Bettas are anabantids (Derived from the Greek Verb anabaino, meaning "to go up") which physiologically means they have two methods of breathing. Bettas breathe from their labyrinth organ which enables the fish to breathe from the surface. Bettas also breathe through their gills like other fish.
Green Male Crowntail Bettas have stunning tails with single or double ray patterns in a range of colors. This Betta comes in green, from Blue Green to Forest Green. This finnage was first acknowledged as an official Betta Tail and Fin form in 1997 in Indonesia. Bettas will "flare" their fins when disturbed or threatened. The male Betta will attack another Betta (Male or Female) and have been known to attack similar-looking fish. It is recommended that only one male Betta is housed in an aquarium with plants and very little current.
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Native To: S.E. Asia - Cambodia, Thailand
Adult Size: Up to 3"
Water Current: Low
Temperature: 74° - 82°F
Water Parameters: KH 0-25, pH 6.0-8.0
Care Level: Easy
Tank Size: 1+ liter
Scientific Name: Betta splendens
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