Black Spots On Goldfish Eyes

Aquascaping Lab Carassius Auratus Shubunkin Ryukin Sarasa Pearlscale Black Moor Technical sheet

Welcome on Aquascaping Lab channel in this tutorial tutorial we are talking about Carassius auratus, red carp, commonly called goldfish Shubunkin, Ryukin, Sarasa, Pearlscale grains of rice, Black Moore Demekin Telescope eye Canary, Comet, Oranda, Oriflamme, lion head Belonging to the Cyprinidae family and derived from East Asia but we can find it in Europe Carassius Auratus the original has a physical structure with wellproportioned body tapered but rugged, color is redorange and with large scales It is able to adapt to low temperatures and is a very longlived fish

even reaches 2030 years of life, all fins are moderately proportioned but for many intersections there are many varieties and most different from each other for the colors of the shape of the body and eyes Obviously these species are more fragile and require more care with regard to the temperatures and values That will need to be pH around 7, gh 10 TO 16 and temperatures a little higher around 22 to 24 degrees They suffer from temperature changes and they need tanks with much oxygenation

with the presence of aerators or very planted be careful because it could eat them, then enter strong vegetation as anubias We listed the most famous: CANARY yellow SARASA red and white SHUBUNKIN and RYUKIN CALICO stocky with large fins and with white patches of red and black PERALSCALE stocky with big fins and scales thickened DEMEKIN OR TELESCOPE EYE AND BLACK MOORE squat black with bulging eyes ORANDA AND LION'S HEAD squat various colors orange red bumps on the head

COMET goldfish, like original but with fins extremely long various colors white orange red Goldfish is the fish that produce more excrement and therefore need of constant cleaning by water changes and effective filters we suggest to watch this tutorial for more information about aquarium cleaning In nature he lives in rivers, lakes and ponds, down to a maximum depth of 20 meters but can also live in big tanks is debunked the myth that goldfish can stand in bowls or small aquariums because it can grow up to 30 cm so will definitely be a pain for the subject

it also cause you to stunted growth Then it is inserted into 6070 liter tanks It is a very social fish that likes to live in the company of their own kind long swims quiet, browse in their environment and explore Carassius are oviparous, release eggs on submerged vegetation the difference between males and females is not visible except for a few small white dots on gills on male After fertilization, be quick to remove the eggs might otherwise eat them

and 45 days after they hatch and the fry are born Goldfish are omnivorous then eats crustaceans and insects in nature and flakes or granules of animal or vegetable origin you can give artemia napulii also vegetables blanched zucchini or peas remember that will be always in search for food on the bottom then could change your setup so is not very suitable for aquariums with delcate setting

How to Keep Your Black Goldfish Black Indoors

Today I wanted to spend a little bit of timetalking about how we try to keep our black goldfish black indoors. Even true black goldfishtend to lose their black color to an extent when they're kept indoors. A black goldfishkept outdoors will always look blacker than one kept in a tank inside. But there are goodways to help keep your black fish as black as you can even inside in aquariums. These are some of our broadtail moors thatI've set out in a bowl while I clean their tank and do a water change. These moors arebred by Amy Sims Shanka (Amy S on goldfish keepers forums). We were lucky to be ableto buy these last fall at the Richmond goldfish

show. Amy has in my opinion the best lineof US bred black moors. I highly recommend keeping an eye for these if you're interestedin black moors as they grow such massive and beautiful finnage. At the end of last year we started using UVlamps to try to get our black goldfish to stay blacker. We use 100w ZooMed PowerSunUV lamp, it's just a simple set up with a ZooMed Porcelain clamp lamp attached to theside of the tank and plugged into a timer. The improvement in the depth and coverageof their black was immediately noticeable when we started using the UV lamp. These picturesshow the improvement from January to March

One thing that's really important to keepin mind is you are going to grow algae with this set up. Like I've mentioned in commentsbefore algae isn't bad for the tank, it's just more for the fish to snack on, but aestheticallyif you don't like algae you're going to spend a lot of time cleaning the glass. But as youcan see in this footage from today the UV lamp has really helped to bring back the blackon these fish and give them a deep inky appearance.

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