Gold Fish

By · Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

Gold Fish

The Black Moor Goldfish is one of the most beautiful types of goldfish and, true to its name, is a beautiful black velvet in color, but can vary from a light gray when it is more a very dark black, usually begins as black and stays that way. These fish have protruding eyes and are sometimes called Black Peony Goldfish or Dragon Eye Goldfish.

The Black Moor is a popular fish that is usually resistant easy care. Their care is similar to that of other species of colorful fish and so you should have careful not to overfeed them and be sure to clean out their tanks often as any kind of goldfish can be a bit messy. The Black Moor can be maintained with other types of colorful fish and swim in a school with them. He also gets along with many other fish and can be stored easily in a community tank, however you should be aware that they like to dig and can eliminate many of its plants and other decorations.

While these fish are good for indoor aquariums, which do not hold so well in the goldfish pond outdoors unless you live in a soft zone. However, can withstand very cold water temperatures, so are good for tanks without heaters and ponds that do not freeze over. At home, their tanks should be kept to 65 to 72 degrees F and PH should be around 7.

The Black Moor has eyes that bulge out of his head that gives a bit of a disadvantage on other fish. In fact, it looks as good as the other fish and may not be able to get the most amount of food in an outdoor pond with fish faster. if you keep in your aquarium, you should be sure that no obstructions or anything complex visual that could be dangerous for this type of goldfish.

The Black Moor Goldfish will do best in a tank that is at least 10 gallons, but actually a bigger tank is better. For his health continues, make sure the PH levels of the tank are continually monitored. You can feed him flake food, but also might want to put in some vegetables or vegetable based foods and brine shrimp and worms in the blood. Like any other fish, which benefit from a varied However, the diet has to be careful not to feed them too, as the excess food in tank water is contaminated.

With optimal care, the fish Color Black Moor can grow to 10 inches and live up to 25 years.

Lee Dobbins writes for Fish Tank Guide where you can learn more about caring for your fish tank as well as your fish such as the Black Moor Goldfish.

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