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Betta tussyae

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  • #301376

    C.Way
    Participant

    The fish named after Madam Tussy

    The male, taking position, once the feeding, bubblenest will form and the breeding will happen within 3 days prior to feeding

    Before this, in quarantine tank:
    The male

    The pair

    #343149

    Stefan
    Member

    Nice; good luck! Kuantan strain I think?

    #343153

    C.Way
    Participant

    QUOTE (Stefan @ May 12 2011, 02:56 AM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Nice; good luck! Kuantan strain I think?

    no idea about the exact locality…

    #343155

    Stefan
    Member

    Aw too bad. They looked like Kuantan to me. Definitely not Chukai or Rompin. I like the length of the fins your male has got.

    #343180

    C.Way
    Participant

    eventually, no one in my country does bother to look at the difference between Betta Tussyae of different localities since they have no significant difference

    #343181

    Stefan
    Member

    I have to disagree

    #343186

    hachge
    Participant

    I have 5 females and 3 males Tussyae Kuantan Wf,young one,but not too red,I will see once adults how they look like.

    #343189

    oaken
    Participant

    This is a Betta tussyae from Kuantan (with ich

    #343193

    Colin
    Participant

    Nice pics

    #343195

    oaken
    Participant

    Thanks

    #343198

    C.Way
    Participant

    An old photo of the male from the same batch…just recovered from pop eyed that time, currently in fish heaven

    #343201

    Matt
    Keymaster

    You’ve clearly been honing your photography skills Gustav. Great photos!

    So are fish fry too small to contract ich?

    #343206

    Stefan
    Member

    How did you cure poppy eyes?

    #343209

    C.Way
    Participant

    QUOTE (Stefan @ May 14 2011, 02:28 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    How did you cure poppy eyes?

    Frequent water change, with added japanese yellow powder, a bit of methaline blue and salt, water change almost on daily basis depending on condition, minimize feeding too

    #343210

    Stefan
    Member

    QUOTE (C.Way @ May 14 2011, 12:04 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Frequent water change, with added japanese yellow powder, a bit of methaline blue and salt, water change almost on daily basis depending on condition, minimize feeding too

    Cool; always thought it to be irreversable? What is this Japasenese yellow powder?

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