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post Sun, 26 Sep 2004 4:40 pm
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Here's a video of my new 12 cm (mouth to end of tails) ranchu.



Direct Link: http://rafflesgold.dyndns.org/~rg/images/0409/ga037small.mov

Apple QuickTime Movie - 832Kb

I think it's quite nice, and appreciate your views.

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post Sun, 26 Sep 2004 5:11 pm
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冻未掉!

好酷啊!

以后看不到,我该怎能办? cry.gif

How much? Where buy it?

TELL ME!!!!!
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post Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:10 pm
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Wow! Cool clip!!!
STEADY AH! good_very.gif

This is overall, a very good ranchu. Curvature, wens, tail/fins, colour, etc, fit in the traits of a AAA/show grade ranchu.

The only problem I find is the little uphump after the head. But it is not so obvious. I supposed if you groom it's wens, it will be covered up.

nice nice... long time never see such good ranchu. Keep it coming. good.gif
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wah...
you use homing decive to track the fish with camera??
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post Mon, 27 Sep 2004 11:25 am
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QUOTE(Frankie @ Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:09 pm)
The only problem I find is the little uphump after the head. But it is not so obvious. I supposed if you groom it's wens, it will be covered up.

nice nice... long time never see such good ranchu. Keep it coming. good.gif
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Beside the little hump on its back and near the head, a scale on its back is also out of alignment with the rest. I suspect it is a replacement scale as it is less orangy in colour. Sorry. I'm being picky. The problem is I don't think there's anything I can do about it!

Oh... I have to watch the diet (in every sense. wink.) and hope I learn how to groom a muscular ranchu. Anyone any tips?
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QUOTE(Frankie @ Sun, 26 Sep 2004 11:10 pm)
wah...
you use homing decive to track the fish with camera??
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Haha. I was lucky I caught it spinning as if showing off.
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Small update.

I woke up early this morning to find eggs all over the tank floor which confirmed this is a female ranchu. sad.gif

But I'm also writing to say the ranchu is kept in a 50 litres QT tank all by itself and it has no trouble releasing the eggs despite the absence of a male ranchu. Hope this proves once and for all that act is possible. It also means my QT tank's water has been good (has 300+ grams of salt.)

It losts a scale, probably as a result of it ramming against the only object in the tank, an air-stone. Sigh.

After changing water, I handspawn her to release the balance eggs still within her to find little are left.

She's doing fine.

Oh, while handspawning, I found her ovary track extruding by 3-4mm; she grew a penis. Perhaps this is a sign of self-spawn?
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post Sat, 02 Oct 2004 9:56 am
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Sat, 02 Oct 2004 9:13 am)
Oh, while handspawning, I found her ovary track extruding by 3-4mm; she grew a penis.  Perhaps this is a sign of self-spawn?
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Careful when handspawning a female with "penis". It's likely the ovary track is already stretched and fragile.
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post Sat, 04 Dec 2004 3:37 pm
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UPDATE:

After a little over 2 months, this gal gained an inch measuring 14.5 cm now.

It has never touched green water throughout this period.

Beside the gain in length, I noted a smaller, less pronounced cheeks and minimal change in her wen. I attribute the slow growth to restricted diet.

Nevertheless it's a healthy active ranchu.

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I think she isn't complete and still has rooms to grow.

Does she look fat or fit? unsure.gif
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post Sun, 05 Dec 2004 7:44 am
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she looks.. erm.. good_no.gif
looks better when u first got it, as compared to now
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QUOTE(Frankie @ Sun, 05 Dec 2004 7:44 am)
she looks.. erm..  good_no.gif
looks better when u first got it, as compared to now
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hmmmm ... I won't agree more.


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post Sun, 05 Dec 2004 4:30 pm
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QUOTE(Frankie @ Sun, 05 Dec 2004 7:44 am)
she looks.. erm..  good_no.gif
looks better when u first got it, as compared to now
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I feel she still looks okay although she seems to look different from last time.

But i'm curious how different you think it is. Please write.
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the missing boxing glove would give initial feelin of something is different..
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QUOTE(Secretary @ Sun, 05 Dec 2004 4:30 pm)

I feel she still looks okay although she seems to look different from last time. 

But i'm curious how different you think it is.  Please write.
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it was more "fit", color & features were much better

maybe a recent video would allow for better assessment
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post Tue, 07 Dec 2004 6:04 pm
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the wen has deteriorated by quite a bit. i don't see a fitter fish, nor has the color intensified.

features improved????? where got.....

the fish is going downhill.
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