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  1. Last month brought 4 more ryukins to the DNAlex goldfish crew, making it a total of six now. Since it's been a while since I updated on the other two, and because I have formally presented pics of the new guys, I thought I would start. I'm very happy with this guys, and I hope you like them as well. Incidentally, they are all males, so if I ever want to breed them, I'll have to make sure to pick out some females The four new ryukins are in the 100 gallon tank. There are three white ones who are really only distinguishable by their fins. One is a short tail; another is a not quite broadtail; one is a ribbon/long tail. Because of their soilent green diet, they all have quite a bit of yellow tint to them, which I love. The fourth ryukin in the 100 gallon is a calico. The whites: The calico: Can you see the breeding stars all over his body, even on the ventral fins The Red & Whites These guys are in the 55 gallon, and are my pride and joy. They've more than doubled in size in the last six months, and are developing quite nicely. One even has some nice bit of wen on him. Thank you for looking!
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