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“Other” Patoti Populations

4:43 PM - January 12, 2013 by Adam Short

Betta cf. patoti “Turekai”: Resembles B. patoti but might not be one at all. No location has been determined.

Physical Appearance: 

•    Male – bright blue unpaired fins and jaws
•    Male – black markings on throat
•    Male – dark bodies with blue-black blotches
•    Male – red below the eyes
•    Female – reddish-brown
•    Female – blue on anal fin

Betta cf. Patoti “EB1”: Similar to “Turekai”.

Physical Appearance: 

•    Lower body has iridescent scales
•    Gill covers are iridescent

Betta cf. patoti “Samarinda”: Native of Samarinda, which is close to the locality of the “true” Betta patoti.

Physical Appearance: 

•    Brown
•    Flank has darkened vertical bands
•    Orange margin on body
•    Black submargin and white margin on anal fin
•    Red marks below eye
•    Spotted fins

Size: 5 inches in length

Water and Hardness: Medium

Water pH: Neutral 7.0

Betta sp. “Sangau”: Upper Barito River in Sangau. It has been said that this Betta resembles Betta foerschi more than Betta patoti.

Physical Appearance: 

•    Reddish-brown
•    Iridescent green scales
•    Pointed fins
•    Caudal fin is spade-shaped
•    Dorsal and anal fins are brown with thin margins
•    Slender with large head and eyes

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