Hey there, generally speaking, yes. If the eggs are attached to the glass or plants and the other cleaner fish gets to it, they will be gone. Ive had this happen to me once before. But u might be lucky and score a couple out of it. Hope this helps. catch! So maybe you should flush your tank cleaner fish down the toilet for being a bad fishy.
Goldfish lay eggs and the eggs are fertilised outside the body. So Goldfish don't get pregnant.
Comets are simply a long tailed goldfish. They are egg layers.
Comet goldfish usually lay between 500-5,000 eggs. The reason why they lay so many is because goldfish eggs, and fry, have high mortality rates. Having so many eggs ensures that at least some of the goldfish fry will reach adulthood.
Goldfish lay eggs they don't get pregnant.
Goldfish do not get pregnant. When the time comes, the female lays eggs, in the male fertilizes them.
They don't necessarily get pregnant. They lay eggs and then a male comes along and fertilizes those eggs. But even if they do adult fish left in there with the eggs will eat them.Goldfish lay eggs.... they can't become pregnant.
Goldfish do not have a gestation period because the reproduction of goldfish does not, at any point, involve pregnancy. Goldfish lay their unfertilized eggs which are then fertilized by nearby male goldfish. The fertilized eggs then develop and hatch into fry which then grow into baby fish. Goldfish do not BECOME pregnant. They lay eggs and the male goldfish fertilizes them
because it cannot get out to lay them in the corner
between the age of 1-3 years is when goldfish are fertile, however goldfish lay eggs that are unfertilized so they are never truly pregnant.
Either goldfish may eat the eggs. The best thing to do is to put the eggs in another tank and wait for them to hatch before reintroducing them.
Goldfish are egg laying fish, so they do not get pregnantNo, fish lay eggs that are fertilized and hatch outside the mother's body.
Female Fantail goldfish can not get pregnant they lay/scatter eggs when they are chased by males . So you have nothing to worry about.
Goldfish are not livebearers so they are never truly pregnant. If you think your goldfish is pregnant than she is just getting ready to spawn by becoming full of eggs. Unless there is a male goldfish present the eggs will be unfertilized and will not hatch into baby goldfish fry. Your female goldfish will soon lay her eggs, and if no further action is taken, she will then eat them. As for the small tank, I would really recommend moving her into a bigger one.
Goldfish can not get pregnant. They are egg layers. The female sprays thousands of eggs into the water in the breeding season (spring) and the eggs are fertilised by the males after they have been sprayed out. The eggs then take a few days to develop into baby fish (fry).
Goldfish can not be pregnant. They lay eggs (spawn) in Springtime when the water temperature starts to warm up towards 70F.
Goldfish "spawn" they do not get pregnant because they are egg layers and the eggs are fertilised after they are released from the females body. Goldfish will eat their eggs if they can find them, so either the fertilised eggs or the goldfish should be removed once 'spawning' is completed if you wish to raise some of the young. BTW 1 goldfish spawning can produce many thousands of babys.
Your goldfish isn't pregnant, its just becoming full of unfertilized eggs. Truthfully you shouldn't worry about it, unless you have a male around who is ready to spawn, the female will just lay her unfertilized eggs and then eat them.
Goldfish don't get pregnant. They lay eggs (ova). If it is springtime in your part of the world then female goldfish could well have their ovaries full of eggs and be ready to spawn. If they do not spawn, the eggs will be reabsorbed by the body.
Comets are only long tailed goldfish and they reproduce in exactly the same way as all other goldfish. The female will produce many thousands of ova (eggs) depending on her size and how well she has been housed and fed.
Goldfish lay eggs which are fertilized and develop outside of their bodies so they are never really pregnant. If you mean that a goldfish is looking pregnant than it is either very sick or filling with eggs. She will soon lay her eggs and if no further action is taken she will then enjoy eating them.
Goldfish do not get pregnant, but rather they produce eggs. If there is no male around, most often the female will reabsorb the eggs and never actually release any.A female goldfish may get much rounder when full of eggs, but this can be difficult to tell if you have a Ryukin or a Fantail as their body shape is quite round.
Goldfish are egg laying fish, and as such do not actually get pregnant. If there is a male in the tank, and the female is full of eggs, the male may chase her to try & get her to release the eggs, but otherwise, her behaviour doesn't really change.
Goldfish do not get pregnant. Most fishes do not. The female fish lays her eggs in a good place, and the male fish swims over the eggs, fertilizing them with his spermatozoa (spurm-uh-tuh-ZOE-uh) cells.
hey Sorry 2 break it 2 ya but goldfish don't get pregnant they lay eggs if u r wondering how long the eggs r in them well all the times may vary
the whole idea of a pregnant goldfish being called a twit is a joke based on the fact that fish don't get pregnant. They lay eggs which are then fertilised by the male