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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 7:57 pm
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Hi,

This is my black ranchu which I have been keeping in green water for a year.

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I'd appreciate all comments.

Thank you.
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 8:07 pm
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bottom half of the fish looks as if it has been compacted forward..

whats the size of this fish?

is it kept in an outdoor green water pond, or indoor tank?
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 8:37 pm
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This has to be one of the top-quality black ranchus that I have seen. It has an near perfect body shape. And thanks to green water, the headgrowth is superb. I am also very impressed with its blackness.The tail seem to be a little unbalanced. Is the right side of tail shorter? Or is it the angle the photo was taken?

Very gorgeous piece of gem. Please keep it with good care. I am sure it will win something in the upcoming competition in your country.
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 8:38 pm
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Beautiful!

The eyes are almost completely covered? That's so cool!

Love that tails too not to mention the pronounced cheeks.

How long is this ranchu? unsure.gif
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 9:22 pm
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Thanks for the comments.
I've been keeping it in a rooftop tank and the size is about 12 cm+, I wish it could grow larger by now, but the grow rate is quite slow. The tail is balanced.
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 9:54 pm
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well done.
if possible show the pic when it was young.
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post Tue, 24 Aug 2004 11:00 pm
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hey Indonesian!
who are you? since i am in indo too.
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Tue 24 Aug 2004 07:57 pm)
Hi,

This is my black ranchu which I have been keeping in green water for a year.

I'd appreciate all comments.

Thank you.
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Greeting, I see an indonesian friend here reading Kompass Minggu ...

How much growth since a year ago ?
From the newspaper reference, this fish about 4.5"... very good size and shape. This is a good specimen. That would clear some of those myth of black fish fading in green water.

Might be wrong as the photo a little blur, but i think it could be a chinese black. shoot me if I am wrong.
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Tue 24 Aug 2004 09:22 pm)
Thanks for the comments.
I've been keeping it in a rooftop tank and the size is about 12 cm+, I wish it could grow larger by now, but the grow rate is quite slow. The  tail is balanced.
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ic.. rooftop fibre glass tank?
hows the stocking level like?
raise it well smile.gif
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post Wed, 25 Aug 2004 10:29 am
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I think Thais name this type of fish "tamid".

Wen fully covering eyes very common for this type of fish. But finding one with small tails as shown is difficult!

Very nice shape,nice back arch,good small tail,excellent tail angle.If you can turn the belly colour to charcoal black in my opinion it will be an almost perfect tamid.

Congrats.
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post Wed, 25 Aug 2004 9:43 pm
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Tue 24 Aug 2004 09:22 pm)
Thanks for the comments.
I've been keeping it in a rooftop tank and the size is about 12 cm+, I wish it could grow larger by now, but the grow rate is quite slow. The  tail is balanced.
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"12 cm+" refers to the depth? That's very shallow for such a big ranchu!

Can you post a pic of your rooftop tank please? I like to see how it looks like.

Thank you.
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 1:08 am
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size of the fish is 12cm la..
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 9:39 am
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Tue 24 Aug 2004 09:22 pm)
and the size is about 12 cm+, I wish it could grow larger by now, but the grow rate is quite slow. The  tail is balanced.
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12 cm+? You measured from the tip of the mouth to the end of tails, or to end of body only? unsure.gif
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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 12:30 pm
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More! More! More!

I want to see more of this black ranchu, and perhaps your other ranchus too!

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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 9:19 pm
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"12 cm+? You measured from the tip of the mouth to the end of tails, or to end of body only? "
the legth refer to: from the tip of the mouth to the end of tails.

"Can you post a pic of your rooftop tank please? I like to see how it looks like"
I'll try to take a pic after the change of water this weekend, 'cause I've many tanks so I do the water change one every day.

"but i think it could be a chinese black. shoot me if I am wrong"
It is a thai black female.

"hey Indonesian! who are you? since i am in indo too."
Ntar ketemu di Indofish aja!

"and perhaps your other ranchus too!"
I do keep only Ranchus :Thai topview, Thai sideview, Calico, and recently added Fujiwara and Kahino BB (with the help of your goldfish Guru - Mr. Alvin), but now they are about 10 cm long.
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