One reason I like breeding wild bettas, is that barring any spontaneous mutations, you generally know what each and every fry is going to eventually look like.
Above is one half of my breeding pair of Betta hendra. The photo below, is of two of her female offspring.
You really couldn't ask for more consistency than that.
Also, if anyone was wondering why it is that I take so many photos of my Betta hendra, it is because not only are they one of my favourite species, but they are also the easiest out of all my fish to photograph. However, hopefully I can get photos of some of my more elusive fish to post up later this week.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.