Sarasa Comet Goldfish
Category: Gold Fish
Facts about Sarasa Comet Goldfish. The Sarasa Comet originally from China but know all over the world, they are a type of single-tailed goldfish, Also called the Comet-tail Goldfish. they are originally native to China. Sarasa Comets , prefer low lighting. Sarasa Comet Goldfish come from the family of (Cyprinidae). They grow up to 8 to 12 inches (20 to 31 centimeters) Temperament: Peaceful, calm. Experience Level: good for Beginner. The Sarasa Comet Goldfish diet Type: Omnivore. Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons. Temperature: 65.0 to 72.0° F (18.3 to 22.2° C) but can live in cool temperatures . Range ph: 6.0-8.0. Hardness Range: 5 - 19 dGH fish tanks. Suitable plants to keep in an aquarium tank with comet goldfish such as Elodea (Egeria), Anubias, Java moss and other plants your pet store tells you are excceptable for your Comet goldfish.
The Sarasa Comet Goldfish is brightish red in color, with a few white patches, although some are completely redish/orange colored.
The Sarasa Comet Goldfish is different from the wild Carp is that it lacks, the pouches on the mouth area.
The place where the Sarasa Comet Goldfish thrives is a pond of at least 200 gallons with rocks, gravel and pond plants. Good pond fish to put with the Sarasa Comet goldfish are Fancy Goldfish, Koi, other Comets and should be of similar size. The Sarasa Comet goldfish will grow to the size of its surroundings. the Sarasa Comet goldfish will dig up and eat the roots of plants, so make sure there are large rocks around the base of the plants to protect the roots.
The male Sarasa Comet Goldfish can be made of a distinction from the female by the curved anal section, and will sometimes have breeding spots on the head. From spawning there may be as many as 1,000 eggs and the fry hatch in about five to six days. Feed the fry small, live foods, and their color will arrive in about seven or eight months.
The Sarasa Comet Goldfish requires a quality pellet or flake food that does not exceed 30 percent protein.