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. This specific type has more of a reddish body to them compared to the normal type.
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.