My wild-caught pair of Betta brownorum (particularly the female), are two of my favourite fish. Unlike my previous pair where the female killed the male, and was then later killed by one of her adult sons, most of the aggression between this pair is limited to display. Unfortunately, the male is rarely captured on camera looking his best, so most of these photos are of my female who is much friendlier. The reason she is facing much the same way in all the photos is because that is the corner where the food goes into their tank!
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.