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"Honey Comb" Halfmoon Sibling Betta Pair (32-37) (HaveAHeart19)

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Colourful, healthy, active fish. Direct from the best Breeders in Thailand and Indonesia.
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Fishchick Aquatics has over a decade's experience in keeping, breeding, importing, showing and judging Bettas - got a question? Ask an expert! :) contact jodi@fishchick.com.au

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NB: Fish are sold as is. Be aware that aquarium lights, the camera colour capture and computers may cause the colours seen to be slightly different to real life - especially of metallic and reflective colours. Marble bettas change colour - please carefully check the scale pattern and rays before accusing us of sending you the wrong fish!!
We are not responsible for fish that will not breed for you, nor make a bubble nest, will not flare, will not eat for you, chew their tails in transit or in your tank, ignore or attack the female or anything else other than just be a fish! These are living creatures with their own minds and personalities. When you choose a fish you take that risk.
For information please email jodi@fishchick.com.au
or find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FishchickAquatics
SD= Super Deltal
CT= Crowntail
SnD = Scratch N Dent (fish with some tail damage)
HMPK= Halfmoon Plakad
CTPK = Crown Tail Plakad (Half Sun)
SnD = Scratch & Dent - usually males with chewed tails
Camera - Canon G16 on Auto
Light - 2 x 12w LED Downlight, Daylight White

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