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Hi All

when you say a good red line are you suggesting the IBC's Class A

Group - Single Coloured Bettas (Section 2 – Chapter 7)(Chapter 7 Class A rev. 71507)

Sub-Group - Single Dark Colour ? (undercoating of black pigment) (what i would say was a good\true red line)

or the

Sub-Group - Single Light Colour ? (CATEGORY— Non-Iridescent - Subcategory—Non-Opaque - TYPE - RED)

Thanks

Warren

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Hi All

yes i have a couple of good red lines

Red with the black undercoat i have in HM & PK (wanting to extend this to HMPK) i've just put to spawn

and Red with the light undercoat in VT (one of the fish i have been playing with there tails) and dark in VT

i have been told that my red with the light undercoat VT is orange but its not

HM (preecha, handsomeman & banleangbettas) PK (chaba & wifebetta) bloodlines

Edited by A Betta Supply
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I haven't had time to read into the IBC colour standards for red. As I don't breed reds, it hasn't seemed necessary and time is limited.

By "a good red line" I mean a red fish without black scale edging, with minimal iridesence, and without the orange caste that is beginning to appear on many auction fish I see.

I am glad to hear that there is no huge disparity in what constitutes a good red fish regardless of base colour from the IBC's point of view.

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