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RanchuDressing

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About RanchuDressing

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    Pearls Are a Girl's Best Friend

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    Female
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    And experience.
  • Location
    California
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    Goldfish Connection
  • How many Goldfish
    A tank o' tikus!

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  1. I wouldn't worry. A telescope, even one with a comet body, will naturally be slow to find food.It's not hard to keep different varieties together and ensure that everyone is well fed.
  2. Absolutely lovely! A shukin is on my bucket list, for sure. For now, I'll live vicariously through yours.
  3. He's absolutely gorgeous! What a nice distribution of color he has. Such vivid reds too!
  4. So glad you had those thinkin'-about-it tacos! That is a fish that should NOT have been left behind! I love the way, on his right side, his white coloration goes straight up to that awesome dorsal, like a stripe or a mohawk.
  5. Hi RanchuDressing!!!! How are your pearlies going? Terrific, thanks! All four are going strong, no complaints here.
  6. Lovely! The white ranchu reminds me of a fish I used to have, my all- time favorite:
  7. He's been through a lot. Give him time to settle in before you worry too much about anything.
  8. The ryukin will probably always outmaneuver the ranchu for food, so make sure the ranchu gets his share. Ranchus just don't swim as efficiently as fish with dorsals. Adorable, both of them!
  9. Nice new butterfly! And I love your calico tele.
  10. They're amazing survivors, aren't they? A friend of mine found a trio of goldfish living in a murky, mud-and-algae-filled pot in the backyard of a home he bought. The home had been vacant for 18 months.
  11. I don't think they look too thin, at all. Nice, gently rounded tummies obviously full of BBS. Looking good! Can't wait to see these fry develop -- pearlie/tele crosses are often ridiculously cute!
  12. The odds of getting a baby black ranchu at the LFS and having it remain jet black are extremely slim. Chances are excellent that you'll see major color changes almost right off the bat.
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