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anyone know what this one is #1
hi,
can anyone please tell me what breed this fish is?
its multi colours are great but i cant find any other fish like it!
and also i think i found loads of wee eggs in my filter and was wondering if it my be pregnant!
thanks :)
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Re: anyone know what this one is #2
If you can post a photo of the fish or describe it in more detail, even if you can compare it roughly to another species it might help.
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Re: anyone know what this one is #3
i forgot to attach pics here it is :)

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Re: anyone know what this one is #4
and this one :)

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Re: anyone know what this one is #5
Thats a Calico fantail goldfish.
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Re: anyone know what this one is #6
thank you :)
do you think this fish could be laying eggs you can just see them on rocks and plants in 2nd photo
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Re: anyone know what this one is #7
Can you get a close-up of the eggs?
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Re: anyone know what this one is #8
is this close enough ?

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Re: anyone know what this one is #9
They look like eggs but having never had goldies then I'd wait for one of the coldwater advisors to nip along and say yay or nay.
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Re: anyone know what this one is #10
Looks like eggs to me but there are usually more than that. They will eat them if they see them so maybe that is why there are just a few. Even the fish who laid them will eat them!
Lovely Calico btw.