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All of your shubunkins are simply stunning and I can just see the health and vitality shining through. I will definitely be adding some shubunkins, in my opinion they really add a huge effect to the tank. Thanks for the pics guys, come on now, where is everyone else's koi and goldies?
 

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I have goldfish and a few shubbies. Love the shubbies colors and the white/oj and solid white ones. The plain oj ones are nice to but if I were to do it over I would just choose the ones w/ the patterns. Oh I have a few blackish brown ones that are getting big too and they don't seem to want to turn oj.

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First batch of shubbies I bought:
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2nd batch of shubbies:
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I have goldfish and a few shubbies. Love the shubbies colors and the white/oj and solid white ones. The plain oj ones are nice to but if I were to do it over I would just choose the ones w/ the patterns. Oh I have a few blackish brown ones that are getting big too and they don't seem to want to turn oj.

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First batch of shubbies I bought:
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2nd batch of shubbies:
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Stunning goldfish J.W! I have always been a fan on the mixed color varieties, My favorite goldfish is by far the sarassa comet goldfish.....unsurprisingly, my favourite koi is by far the kohaku
 

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I don't know a kookaloo from a kohaku but koi are real nice beauties to look at. I just stick to the cheaper goldies that don't get that big and they don't rearrange all the furniture
 
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I don't know a kookaloo from a kohaku but koi are real nice beauties to look at. I just stick to the cheaper goldies that don't get that big and they don't rearrange all the furniture

With all honesty, I have a very limited knowledge on the koi varieties. I only know my favourites. Kohaku, tancho, sanke, platinum ogon, and one more which looks like a black and white spotted cow.

Its the size of the koi that makes me really interested in them, I only plan on getting 4-5 koi.....I know its pushing it big time, but I will be rehoming if they get too large and I really do not expect babies.
 
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I say if it looks good and you like it then that's the ones for you. I think a big black & white cow koi would look very nice in your pond
 

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And wouldn't one look so nice in your pond?
They would make wonderful fertilizer for you pond plants too :rolleyes:
 
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And wouldn't one look so nice in your pond?
They would make wonderful fertilizer for you pond plants too :rolleyes:

Why yes it would....can't imagine the look on my neighbor's faces.....I would pay so much just to see their thoughts and reactions!
 

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