Betta is the scientific name of a species of fish that lives in the wild, which is commonly referred to as thia fish. In Vietnam, Bettas have two types of blue gills and red gills, while in other countries in the region such as Thailand or Indonesia, Betta fishes are mated by players to produce colorful Bettas and rich in appearance.
Like their ancestors, the Betta fish is also divided into two types of players to play: fighting fish and ornamental fish. Ornamental fish play favors the color of the fish’s body, scales, tail, and shape. It is this richness that makes players have a lot of options when playing.
Talking about color, Betta fish deserves to be called “queen” because they have many colors from monochromatic, bicolor and more than 2 colors (multi-color). Maybe it is a white, blue or orange fish with other colorful colors of tail, fins and wagging. The Betta fish’s tails range from a fanned out tail equal to or larger than 1/2 a circle that the player calls the Half Moon to the form of the tail that splits like a Corwn tail. In which the Half moon tail is also classified into two types: half moon and half moon plakat. Half moon plakat is smaller in size and ratio than half moon, but in contrast, its luminosity prolongation is much better than half moon (6-7 months versus 3-4 weeks) and hybridization. It is also much more difficult to create a Betta half moon splakat. The standard hafl moon tail is supposed to be 180 degrees, which is bigger than the player called Over. That is, playing half moon fish, the tail when spread out must be larger or equal to 180 degrees to be beautiful and standard. Like the half moon tail, the Betta Corwn tail is also divided into Corwn tail and Corwn tail splakat.
After the tail is the wagging, the Betta fish today is mainly dragon wagging – the kind of metallic and dragon-like waving that can be colored, green or orange. Depending on the preferences and needs that the player will create. The wagging of the fish is also noticeable by the player, especially its color and proportion to the dorsal and caudal fin, however to achieve a balance in that ratio as well as create a large Betta. Such facilities and standards, it is also a meticulous fish care process of the breeder.