Marble Delta tail Koi Betta White Navy with Yellow and burgundy pelvic fin

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Koi Betta is a type of marble betta. Their striking patterns are generated by the transposon (jumping gene), that makes Koi Bettas have endless variety and changeability.

This is a low-profile delta tail Koi Betta. There are some navy blue patterns cover its snow-white body, this feature makes it look like the Shiro Bekko, one kind of Koi. The only bright color converges in its pelvic fin, this only yellow and burgundy let this betta not be monotonous anymore.

Marble delta tail Koi Betta burgundy turquoise champagne

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Koi Betta is a type of marble betta. Their striking patterns are generated by the transposon (jumping gene), that makes Koi Bettas have endless variety and changeability.

This is a low-profile delta tail Koi Betta. Not like the bright-colored Koi Betta, it is mixed with deeper color: burgundy, turquoise, and champagne. The pastel divides it into two parts, just like a fancy belt. Its head is burgundy with white marble pattern, meanwhile the turquoise cover its trailer and extend to the delta tail. The champagne flows in the water with the swing of the dorsal and pelvic fins.