The Anatomy of a Betta Fish (with Pictures)
The fin at the back of the Betta, usually called the tail.
Is where the Caudal Fin and the body meets.
The top fin, on the Bettas back.
The bottom fin, which begins from the anal opening and ends at the caudal peduncle.
The two fins on the side of the Bettas body. They are just behind the gills.
The Two long fins that hang down in front of the anal.
Is often called the “Betta Beard”. Properly named the branchiostegal membrane.
The gill covers