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  1. @stakos

    thank you,, i hope you breed yours too, soon :)


    yes they are. "now" picture is approx. 4 months. hacth date in early june.


    thank you,, i forgot to explain, those are not the same fish. i just take pic of them randomly, and "now" fish is one of few left after culled several times. but i still keep fish in pic number 2. but not as good as "now" fish. and she is actually pure white now :)

  2. breeding goldfish take lots of effort but its all disappear when i look at those fries. and see what they've become now :)

    four weeks old


    seven weeks old




    its a little bit late for the head growth, but this is because of the genetics. the parents showed up their wen when reaching senior size (15cm up)

    oh i love breeding goldfish. it gives us experiences of happiness, sadness, and hopes too :) now im doing breeding batch 2. still orandas too :)

  3. hello my friend, nothing to worry.

    you should just keep the water good and you wont be troubled. and consider the space too.. dont buy another fish if your tank not larger than 12 gallons. if you take care on him seriously, he can grow up to 1cm/month. good luck :)

  4. i guess you should check the chaser one, pectoral fins and operculum. fine male should have breeding stars and if they dont, they're not ready to breed. you can keep on feeding them bloodworm to push sexual development :)

  5. hi deadhead324,

    I think you're able to keep oranda. why avoiding him? oranda is quite nice, but it would be better if the water level minimum of 15". shallow water wont give him good dorsal development. :)

    according to your tank, you can keep any kind of gf, but aware on fish number. if you want good environment for growing, you should just keep one. if you want to keep them just OK, 2 will be fine. 3 are too much. water will get dirty very fast :)

    i hope it will help you :)

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