Fantail Goldfish

     When adding fantail goldfish to your pond, it is good to remember that if there are too many faster, more aggressive fish----because fantails are a slower moving fish----they will have trouble competing for food.

 

Red Fantails

This variety has a short, rounded body with a swollen abdomen. The caudal fin is often much longer than the fish's body, hangs limply when the fish is at rest but flows freely  when in motion. Scales are commonly reddish-gold in color, but often appear with markings of black or white. These are the hardiest of the fancy goldfish.

Item No.

Description

Price

RFT3-4

                                          3-4"

$5.00

RFT4-5

                                         4-5" $10.00
RFT5-6

5-6"

$20.00

Calico Fantails

Just like its name, these fish are a myriad of patterns and colors---some are white with black and orange, some are blue, and some are orange---all are interesting and each is different in design.

Item No.

Description

Price

CFT3-4

            3-4" $5.00

CFT4-5

           4-5" $10.00
CFT5-6

5-6"

$20.00

Sarasa Fantails (Red & White)

Distinctive scarlet-red and  white metallic scales mark this type of fantail goldfish, which is most often predominantly white with red markings. The long forked free-flowing     veil-tails makes this  a striking addition to most ponds.

Item No.

Description

Price
SFT3-4

3-4"

$5.00
SFT4-5

4-5"

$10.00
SFT5-6

5-6"

$20.00

Black Moors

Bulging eyes and very long, flowing fins make these ebony colored fish a beautiful addition to any pond or tank.

Item No.

Description

Price
BLM3-4

3-4"

$5.00
BLM4-5

4-5"

$10.00
BLM5-6

5-6"

$20.00

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