From the Betta Unimaculata Complex.
IUCN Red List: Endangered (A very high risk of extinction in the wild)
Wild Caught Betta Patoti from Tanah Grogot
They have a brown base body with blue iridescent on opercular cheeks, body and tails, females will have less iridescent in . Both males and females can have tiger like stripes on the side of their body every now and then. Fully grown adult males have longer ventral fins.
Temperament: Like many of the species in this complex, with the largest bettas, they can be aggressive. We recommend that they be kept in a species only tank as they can eat anything that fits in their big mouth.
Maximum Size: 3.5 inches.
Diet: Currently feeding on live, frozen and dried foods.
TDS ~ 60 - 100
pH ~ 5.0 - 7.0
Temperature: 72 - 82F (prefer cooler temp, but higher temp induce coloration and breeding behaviors)
Diet: Carnivorous, we currently feed them blackworms, frozen bloodworms and pellets.