How do you stop your black moor goldfish from turning gold?
Black moor goldfish naturally turn that color as they age. There's nothing really that you can do about it, sorry.
A Black Moor is a type of Goldfish so it can be put with any other goldfish. i have three gold fish and a black moor in my tank
A black moor and a comet goldfish can readily mate together. I have successfully bred them myself in a 60litre tank. However if you are expecting fancy goldfish you may be disappointed. The genes for the black moor are recessive, which means the majority of your fish will be normal goldfish. Most of my youngsters have not yet changed colour yet so I am still waiting to see whether they will all be gold, or… Read More
Goldfish as ornamental fish, come in a variety of shapes and sizes, of which the black moor is one.
A black moor is a type of goldfish much like a ryukin, fantail, or even an oranda is a goldfish, so yes, they can live together
no. no goldfish are aggressive. whoever wrote that above me dont know cause my common gold fish dont like other fishes in his space
yes, i have put black moores with fantails they do quit well together ....
Other cold water fish such as orandas and goldfish.
large ones do.
About 5 to 8 inches.
There is a popular bred of goldfish called a black moor. It has an egg shaped body, has protruding globe like eyes and is black in color.
it will live
None, goldfish should only be housed with other goldfish.
Black Moors are Goldfish. They do a thing similar to sleeping at night.
15 years if they are treated properly
maybe because their close to the same sort of species and I reckon they could
black moor goldfish are like any other goldfish they eat nearly all vegetables and eat a large range of meats [shrimp,clam ,lubster,].They eat fruits as well . they eat normal goldfish foods and carp foods as well and will also eat live bruine shrimp and blood worms as treats .
Goldfish are opportunistic omnivores and will eat whatever they can. This may include a much smaller fish or a deceased fish.
A black moor is breed of goldfish, similar to most others, if given the right environment, it would live to be around 6-8 years, but the oldest goldfish known is 49 years old, in case you're in an ambitious mood.
Short answer: No. Long answer: Because the black moor is a fancy double tailed variety of goldfish, they are slow and clumsy and will not be able to compete as well for food against a single tail speedy comet. They CAN be housed together, but because of the black moor's special needs it isn't recommended.
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Some common breeds of goldfish are: the Black Moor goldfish, the Ryunkin goldfish, the comet goldfish, the common goldfish, the Calico Fantail goldfish, the telescope eye goldfish, the bubble eye goldfish, the pearl scale goldfish and the Oranda goldfish.
my blackmoor goldfish just sits at the bottom of the tank and does nothing is he dieing or just likes sleeping alot?
Black moors are a variety of goldfish which are egg layers so they can't get pregnant.
Black Moors are goldfish and as such they will normally spawn in springtime as the water temperature rises over 65F.
a black moor can eat goldfish flakes and i know is because i have one:-)
Due to its poor eyesight, the Black Moor should be fed sinking pellets, it is a better choice than floating ones, since food that floats around the aquarium will be harder to "hunt down" for the Black Moor Goldfish. Frozen food such as shrimp, bloodworms, daphnia and cooked cocktail shrimp are all suitable types of food and you should also include vegetable matter like lettuce, peas (without the shells)and zucchini in the diet. Also, try… Read More
yes, yes they do. i have had a single common goldfish living in my fish tank for about a year now and have introduced 3 black moor goldfish into the tank , its been about 2 weeks now and their getting along absolutely fine. they are just the same as normal goldfish, just look different and different colour, but theyre behaviour is more or less the same. so nothing to worry about, enjoy your little… Read More
they are found in collection tanks around the world but originally found in China
If one is chasing another then they most probably are spawning.
goldfish are omnivorous... they'll mainly eat whatever fits in their mouth... or anything smaller or weaker. goldfish are gluttons in general.
There are 16 kinda different goldfish. They are: Common Black Moor Bubble Eye Celestial Eye Comet Fantail Lionhead Oranda Pearlscale Pompom Ryukin Shubunkin Telescope Eye Ranchu Panda Moor Veiltail
goldfish red comet shubunkin golden orfes tri-colour goldfish mixed fancies pearlscale oranda veiltail lionhead black moor koi black oranda bubble eye goldfish fantail nymph :)
A Black Moor goldfish needs an aquarium of at least 30 gallons if they are going to thrive. This is because goldfish are essentially pond fish, so they need plenty of space to swim around. A tank smaller than 30 gallons will lead to an overall unhappy, unhealthy pet.
they should be able to but i am not completely sure either
No I'm afraid not. As goldfish grow bigger they eat whatever fits in their mouths. But the only species that mixes with goldfish is the weather loach.
How you would care for an ordinary goldfish, feeding, cleaning, changing water, check filters, temperature gauge, pump and look for signs of ANY infections.
Goldfish are not asexual. There are male and female Goldfish and both are needed for ova release (from the female) and milt release (from the male), thus allowing fertilisation to take place.
Black moor fish mix well with other fancy goldfish, but as black moors have poor vision they would be better with other poor vision fish like telescope goldfish or bubble eye as not to have to compete for food finding.
When goldfish go to sleep they do not stop swimming they just start swimming in place and very slowly and usually stay near the bottom of the aquarium.
Molly fish and and goldfish don't really go that well together... We once owned a molly and a black moor, which was pure horror for the moor. Constant nipping at its tail, and aggressive dominant behaviour in the tank during, after, and between feeding... It was real sad to watch. The pet store we bought them at said they would be fine together - that was a big lie! We soon got rid of the… Read More
What? Answer... Black moors are very susceptible to dirty water, and can die if the water isn't kept clean. See related link below.
Absolutely not. A goldfish needs at least 20 gallons to properly live and survive, and grow to it's real potential.
If you mean a black moor, or a goldfish that has always been generally black in colour, then it will depend on what is wrong with it. If the goldfish was a different colour & recently started getting black patches on it, it's quite possible that these are ammonia burns that are healing. To avoid this from happening again, you need to make sure that you do regular water changes in your tank to keep… Read More
There are many different types of goldfish. The Comet and the Common goldfish are often the ones most seen. Black Moor, Bubble Eye, Butterfly Tail, Celestial Eye, Fantail, Lionchu, Lionhead, Oranda are some other commonly known goldfish.
one at most. goldfish need lots of room and they produce the most waste of any fish. A 10 gallon would be better.
black moor bubble eye celestial eye comet common fan tail lion chu lion head oranda panda moor pearlscale pompom ranchu ryukin shubunkin hope this helps :)
Out of all the different varieties of goldfish the top pond goldfish would be the koi, the top goldfish probably of all time would be the common goldfish, and the top fancy goldfish would be the Oranda. The second most common pond goldfish would probably be the Comet, the second for the common varieties of goldfish would be the Fantail, and the second most popular fancy goldfish would be the ryukin. The third most common… Read More
You feed it the same amount as any other goldfish which is whatever it can eat in five minutes once a day. Be sure to remove any uneaten food you can to keep the water clean.
In technicalities, you can. But it'd be preferable if you kept it in a 10 gallon. Black moors produce a lot of waste, so the more water in the tank, the better. Not to mention, black moors, if given the space, can grow to be pretty big. So yes you can, but you should probably upgrade to a 10 gallon before getting a black moor.
It can either Mean the lighting is too bright or the water is warm