Fancy Goldfish Pictures

Alexxxxsv14

Redtail Catfish
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Is their a ratio male to female fancys in the same tank that I should follow for raising fancy goldfish? Once I sell out my cichlids I'm going to go select fish for my 135 gallon and live plants, anyone have floating water lettuce at the surface of the water
 

LONE_WOLF

Candiru
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Is their a ratio male to female fancys in the same tank that I should follow for raising fancy goldfish? Once I sell out my cichlids I'm going to go select fish for my 135 gallon and live plants, anyone have floating water lettuce at the surface of the water
All male would be best. Reason is females get stressed by males chasing them or because they never release their eggs. At least that's my experience. I have found a balance with males and females in my tank but lost a few females along the way.
 

Ginkgoleaf

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Okay, to start, all of these pictures are over a year old now. The first picture is of my bronze Wakin goldfish right after he died, I don't know what exactly happened to him but he died in my hands in the tank. The white Ranchu female you'll see is also no longer alive, she was killed by a large pleco. The common I brought in to my local fish store since I'm not that interested in those types. Finally, the small red and white Ryukin male is still with me and in a 55 gallon pond, he's gone all white since these pictures were taken but I think that's because he was in a heated tank for a while. He's significantly larger and still well formed but I haven't taken really any pictures of my fish in a while. I'll be trying to get more recent pictures of my setup, since I have obrained many more goldies after these guys where gone.20170430_200903.jpg 20170403_185836.jpg 20170430_200905.jpg 20170430_200903.jpg 20170403_185836.jpg 20170403_185823.jpg 20170403_185818.jpg 20170403_185814.jpg 20170403_185809.jpg 20170319_101403.jpg 20170319_101324.jpg 20170319_101325.jpg 20170319_101321.jpg 20170319_101306.jpg 20170319_101307.jpg 20170319_101304.jpg 20170319_101302.jpg 20170319_101258.jpg 20170319_100837.jpg 20170312_183406.jpg 20170312_183404.jpg 20170312_183358.jpg
 

kshkong97

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My high quality top-view thai ranchus, they cost me $250 a piece. Hoping to be able to breed them.

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