Caring for Siamese Fighting Fish

 

Siamese Fighting Fish Colors


Siamese Fish Single Colors

Pic of Single color Siamese Fish
Pic of Single color Siamese Fish


Cellophane Skin has no pigmentation
The fins are translucent
The organs are flesh-colored/give the body its color
Albino Lacks all pigmentation, including the eyes, which appear to be red
Very rare
White Opaque Pure white when young
Develop varying degrees of reds as they age
Yellow Referred to as non-red
Also carries one of the three iridescent colors
Apricot or Peach Yellow pastels
Orange Varies in hue
Dark tangerine
Red Intense red
Normal red, with some black pigments
Steel Blue Metallic blue
One of the three iridescent colors
Royal Blue Another of the three iridescent colors
Darker, with a purple tint
Cornflower Blue Darker head with cornflower blue body
Lavender, Purple, Violet Very Rare
Green Another of the three iridescent colors
Least fixed single color
Turquoise Blue/green
Black Resulting from two different genes Melano or Fertile (aka Lace)


Siamese Fish Bi Colors


Cambodian Flesh-colored body
Fins are usually red
Can also be blue and black
Chocolate Body is dark, black or dark blue
Fins are yellow
 Pastel Different Variations
White body
Fins are green or blue


Siamese Fish Patterned


Butterfly   

One half of the fin is one color and the
other half is another.

Marble Body and fins have blotches of color over
a light colored background
Piebald Face is flesh-colored
Body can be any color


Siamese Fish Multi Colored


This is the type that most pet stores carry. There is no predicting the colors of their offspring.