Ryukin Goldfish, Assorted

Ryukin Goldfish, Assorted
Latin name:
(Carassius auratus)

Care Level





Orange, Red, White



Preferred Conditions

65-75° F, KH 4-20, pH 6.5-7.5

Avg. Max Size


Minimum Tank Size

30 gallons


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The Ryukin Goldfish is a beautiful fish with its curved backbone, fat belly and long feathery fins. Its body is typically triangular in shape with a distinct hump on the back immediately behind the head. Its small, pointed mouth adds to its distinct appearance. It comes in a variety of colors, including Red/White, Calico, Red/Black and Red. To get the best variety, order 3 or more goldfish to increase your chances of getting one of each! Ryukin Goldfish are hardy and easy to care for, making them a great addition to any aquarium.

Goldfish are a great addition to any home aquarium or backyard pond. With the proper care and environment, they make a wonderful addition to any aquatic ecosystem. Goldfish are very hardy and can live in a variety of conditions, so they are suitable for first-time aquarists and experienced fish keepers alike. Furthermore, they are great for controlling algae growth, as they will happily consume both plant and algae matter.

There is much discussion as to whether Goldfish breed in groups or pairs. Some experts believe that Goldfish pair up to form communal breeding grounds, while others maintain that Goldfish are more likely to breed in groups. Either way, it is important to provide your fish with a suitable breeding environment and feed them a diet designed for breeding fish.