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Old 10th March 2008   #1
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I recently picked up a group of Betta imbellis and am looking for a good internet forum directed toward wild type bettas. I have done some searches but most of the results directed me to Betta splendens related sites. I am trying to shy away from forums that are flooded with pics of "my fish named Nemo" and so on. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 11th March 2008   #2
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Try the I.B.C. Some friends of mine that are pretty serious about bettas speak highly of the international betta congress.



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Thanks Michael. I tried a link to that site the other day but it was down. I'll give it another try later.
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Have you tried www.fishlore.com?



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