Black Moor Goldfish

The Black Moor Goldfish is one of several varieties of Carassius auratus auratus. All goldfish are members of the carp group and are generally quite hardy.
A 30 gallon or larger tank with a fine gravel bottom and hardy, cold water plants is recommended. Goldfish are diggers and will scatter the fine sand onto leaves, injuring thin and less hardy plants. Roots and well-rounded river rocks are appreciated.
There appears to be a definite courtship ritual when Goldfish breed. Breeding often results in up to 1,000 eggs, with fry hatching in five to six days. They should be fed small pieces of live or prepared foods designed for egg-laying fish. Goldfish are omnivorous, and will eat all types of dried and live foods. Limit protein, however, to 30% of the diet. A Goldfish flake or pellet food will provide these fish with the proper nutrition.

HABITAT: China, Japan

Compatible: Require a tank free of active or aggressive fishes, best tankmates are Goldfish, Plecos, and some scavenger Catfish.

Aquarium setup: 65-75°F; pH 6.5-7.5; dH 4-20
Diet: Omnivorous
Size: 10″ (25 cm)

For detail information refer to:
Can you keep goldfish and tropical fish together?
Goldfish: Maximum Size and Lifespan
Breeding Goldfish

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