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Old July 9th 11, 08:33 PM posted to rec.ponds
~ jan[_2_]
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Default comet goldfish baby colour

On Sat, 28 May 2011 13:59:34 +0100, Janet wrote:
When I fetched my orange comet goldfish out of their winter quarters
(buried tub) in March 2010, I found that during winter they had produced a
single baby. It was dark brown-olive and barely an inch long. A year and
a bit later the baby is almost 3 " long but still dark.

When should he turn orange like his parents? or might he stay brown?

Janet (Scotland)


I've had wakin babies change as early as 3/4" and as late as 2" and well
over a year old. It is all in the genetics.

Come join us at rec.pond.moderated. ~ jan
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