Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Blackmoor Goldfish

Black Moor Goldfish is a community temperament fish  that native from Asia. This fish is omnivore. The black moor is a telescope-eyed variety of fancy goldfish. they has a characteristic pair of protruding eyes. It is also referred to as popeye, telescope, dragon-eye in China and kuro demekin in Japan.

About Black Moor Goldfish

Let's talk about the black Moor goldfish deeper. Black Moors Goldfish (Carassius auratus) have deep and long body, flowing finnage, and have characteristic protruding eyes. They are veiltailed and possess metallic scales with a velvet-like appearance.

Their black coloration and eye protrusion develop with age. When Black Moor young, they resemble bronze fantails. Black demekins may also revert to metallic orange when exposed to warm water temperature. The color  range of Black moor can any from a lighter grey to a dark black, but most Black Moor goldfish don't stay pure black forever and many Of them change colors from a rust color underbelly to orange splotches.

Black Moor goldfish easy to care,  and good with other fish. The black moors in particular are able to withstand a wide variety of temperatures but cannot withstand extreme temperatures. They prefer a pH level between 6.5- 7.5 and water temperature above 60F. Black Moor can grow up to a length of 10 inches and live for more than about 20-25 years when given a proper environment.

Black Moor Goldfish