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Opaque White
These are beautiful bettas. I love to watch these graceful looking whites and I truly love them when red 'faults', I find white and pink to be so beautiful. The difference between an opaque and pastels is a fine line and pretty simple. They are the same except an opaque will have opaque deposits on them. If a pastel has opaque deposits, it is considered an opaque no matter how little it has. Here is an example of opaque deposits

It appears, most commonly, as a milky-white deposit on the face and head. It can sometimes look almost chalky. Pastels will not have this.
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  March 14, 2009 11:53 PM CST