The Tamasaba or Sabao is an uncommon Japanese variety of goldfish with a body shaped similar to the Ryukin or a Fantail and a very long, flowing,…
Watonai are an older variety of goldfish that are rarely seen anymore. They’re well suited to ponds with their streamlined bodies and beautiful flowing tails. The watonai was originally developed long ago from a cross between a wakin and a ryukin. This variety clearly inherits its hardiness and pond suitability from the wakin, and its stunning flowing tail fins from the ryukin. It’s a great combination!
Fresh Water Fish Breeds
Learn about different species of freshwater fish, including popular breeds like bettas, guppies and catfish.