Pearlscale Goldfish Information | Best About GoldFish
Pearlscale goldfish information
Pearlscale goldfish is one of the fancy goldfish and it takes time to get acquainted with them. Separate characteristics of the fish it is ruffled up look like grain scales, so that fish are called pearls.
Scales to well and grow up to his back. There are three types of scales are metallic, Pearl and in. Metallic scales include Orange, red-white, black, blue, brown and white. Pearl scales include the second, third, red monochrome and calico (with or without markings). Scales are purple, the second, third.
Pearlscale goldfish’s body is round, depth of body to be equal to than 3/4 of body length. This spicy has two favorite tail types: from 1/2 to 3/4 length and type size from 1/4 to 1/3 the length of the fuselage. In some cases, its body is round and resembling a golf ball. It is said that this fish looks like a golf ball with an extra fin. Because of the compact body, Pearlscales are very sensitive to bubble domes.
Pearscale goldfish body length is not quite big about 10 to 15cm, their waist makes them look bigger than usual.
A variation of the pearls with a top hat called Hama Nishiki or oranda pearl scale. This fish has body form and pearls are similar to Pearscale goldfish but they have more hat that similar to seen on the Oranda Goldfish. This fish is so beautiful when both hat and pearls are qualitative. Sometimes, instead of one hat, Hamanishiki can have two on the top.
The scale is characterized by lines of plants. Scales should be ruffled, or horn souffle. Layers of horns have similar scales are normal and may be physically or flake. The scales, once taken away, can grow back and bulge at the root scales. For the purpose of attending the exhibition, one by the scales on a fish will be checked and not be missing one.
It is important that scales start from the abdominal area, growing up the side, through the back and onto the dorsal fin origin. The image above depicts shortfin pearls that illustrate the ideal scales where it climbed back and spread to the dorsal fin origin.