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Goldy Goldy
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #11
Not a sure sign though jennie as males will also chase males especially in the absence of females
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #12
oooh i did NOT think of that! lol. im sorry
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #14
I was wondering. I assume it can be done but is it recommended. Cross breeding fish, would it work, and is it recommended?
Goldy Goldy
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #15
When you say cross breeding I take it you mean 2 different goldfish
sbre2323 sbre2323
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #16
ya, i could do that too... j/k

yes, 2 different goldfish... do they swing all ways, can i make like a orandmoor
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #17
wouldn't think so although there is a rare and unusual black pearlscale hamanashiki with telescope eyes in my fancy goldfish book
sbre2323 sbre2323
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #18
Ok how about anything that only has 1 tailfin, is there a greater chance with that. I am really interested in this, not that I would do it, but hey, you never know.
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Re: Sexing goldfish etc #19
You mean single tails the japanese have been mix breeding fish for centuries that why we have all the different types and colours, but wouldn't think you could in a home aquarium
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