LIVE BETTA FISH Fancy CT Crowntail Multi PINK PURPLE BLUE Male Live Betta Fish
Blue Female Crowntail Betta is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish. Known best for their beautiful fins and color. Bettas can breathe from their labyrinth organ which enables the fish to breathe from the surface. Minimum tank size: 1/4 gallon
About a month ago my boyfriend and I were at Walmart looking at bettas and he decided to get one. When we looked in the back there was a cup with barely enough water in it with a little tiny female betta. I decided that I was going to save her. She is a Cambodian and her name is Sasha after one of our university’s mascots while my boyfriends is Shasta after our other mascot. Since buying Sasha I have been obsessed with female bettas because they have such personality. I have since bought 4 more a white one which was just a fry when i found her whos name is trixy because she is always off in her own little world. The second is Midge who is a short fat black halfmoon betta. Then there is Ginger who is a beautiful red fish with aqua rays. My latest female is yet to have a name but she is a black and blue female crowntail.
Dragonscale Crowntail Marble Female Betta Fish (Blue Fish)
Crowntail Betta Fish Red-White+Blue! Gee Whiz
Blue Female Crowntail Betta is also known as a Siamese Fighting Fish. Known best for their beautiful fins and color. Bettas can breathe from their labyrinth organ which enables the fish to breathe from the surface. Minimum tank size: 1/4 gallon My very first betta was a blue one & my little brother named him Dory after the fish on Finding Nemo. That was years ago. More recently I have had bettas named: Sir William, Casanovao(crowntail),King Julian, Casper, Jupitor(crowntail), Camaro, Hollywood, Nibbles, Opal(female) and Blueberry is my most recent one also named by my little brother. 🙂So I just found this site and it is wonderful! I currently have four bettas (all rescued from petsmart). I found the “betta shelves” because I was buying crickets for my lizard and noticed all the tiny containers with depressed looking fish inside. I spent a good fifteen minutes trying to pick one to save and ended up with a large blue boy with pink accents on his fins, just beautiful! On the way home I asked him several times what he wanted to be called but he didn’t answer, go figure. Eventually I decided that he deserved a very elegant name, thus Sir Percival. He is now in a ten gallon tank with several rasbora and corydora buddies and is about two years old. The second betta I named Sir Frederick (notice a theme here?). He was my first crown tail betta and was absolutely stunning with blue accents and a bright red body. He liked to flare at Everything. Sadly he passed away but was given a burial underneath a big shady tree. The other three that I currently have are named Sir Winston, Sir Maxwell, and Sir Edwin. All three are crowntails, as I seem to have a soft spot for them, and all three completely deserve their royal titles. Sir Winston is blue, teal, and red with a black face and is just gorgeous. Sir Maxwell is the most lively and is a white and purple marble crowntail. He enjoys flaring at me and nibbling at my fingers. He was nicknamed Maxwell Murder by my boyfriend because of his ferocity at meal time. The newest addition is Sir Edwin, who is also the smallest and reminds me of Frederick because he is red with blue. He’s still a little shy but is beginning to wiggle at me when I approach the tank. These guys are so special and are truly a part of the family.Sparkles (white with green and teal markings) I was eleven. Leroy(blue, teal, and green crown tail)I love NCIS. He lived for 3 years while I was still learning how to properly care for Bettas. A tough fish he was. Theodore(blue with red tinged fins) I had just seen ‘The Wind and The Lion’ Oskar(rusty red crowntail) My current betta. His sad fishy stare at the store made me think of Liam Neeson in “Schindler’s List”