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As one of the more rare varieties, they definitely aren’t as easy to find as the Fantail or Black Moor at your local pet store.

They come in all colors, from self-colored (solid) black, white, red, yellow, to red and white or even the more hard to find sarasa, red and black or calico patterns. The black ones remain coveted.

Some people go as far as to think that they are too delicate to keep any other fish at all with in case they bump into each other, so they must live in permanent isolation…

The most intriguing feature of the Bubble Eye Goldfish is its bubbles. The bubbles on this goldfish begin to develop when it is 6-9 months old, leading to the name Water-Bubble Eye. By the time these goldfish are 2 years old, the bubbles are very large. These water-filled bubbles actually get so big that they can even make it difficult for this fish to see and swim

These fancy goldfish have a very intriguing appearance, but their bubble sacs are easily broken. The sacs are notorious for getting caught in the water uptake valves of aquarium filters. A foam cover over the valve should help prevent this. Most the time, broken bubbles will grow back but have a different shape and size that does not match the other bubble. Sometimes a broken bubble will not grow back at all. Additionally, broken bubbles heal slowly and are subject to infection, so keep an eye on your fish and be ready to treat it if necessary.

Besides its infamous bubbles, the Bubble Eye Goldfish is one the most unique-looking of the goldfish varieties. Along with the Lionhead Goldfish , the Bubble Eye Goldfish is dorsal-less, so it does not have a fin on the top of its back. One variety of Bubble Eye Goldfish bred in China does have a dorsal fin, but this variety does not qualify for show by the the Goldfish Society of America (GFSA).

The Bubble Eye goldfish originated in the early 1900s in China and is thought to have been developed from a strain of Celestial Eye goldfish.

The Bubble Eye is one of the most delicate breeds of fancy goldfish and is characterized by the two fluid filled sacs or ‘bladders’ underneath its eyes.

The Bubble Eye begins to develop these bubbles at around three to six months of age and they can get quite large by the time the fish is two years old. In addition to its bubbles, the Bubble Eye is also characterized as a dorsal-less goldfish species.

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The bubble eye is another dorsaless goldfish variety with a physical appearance very similar to the celestial goldfish, with the exception of its large fluid filled sacs . The sacs or pouches of skin are attached under and around the eyes and jiggle as the bubble eye swims.These fluid filled sacs can easily be punctured by sharp aquarium decorations so care must be given in selecting the correct type of decor for the tank.

As one of the more rare varieties, they definitely aren’t as easy to find as the Fantail or Black Moor at your local pet store.

They come in all colors, from self-colored (solid) black, white, red, yellow, to red and white or even the more hard to find sarasa, red and black or calico patterns. The black ones remain coveted.

Some people go as far as to think that they are too delicate to keep any other fish at all with in case they bump into each other, so they must live in permanent isolation…

As one of the more rare varieties, they definitely aren’t as easy to find as the Fantail or Black Moor at your local pet store.

They come in all colors, from self-colored (solid) black, white, red, yellow, to red and white or even the more hard to find sarasa, red and black or calico patterns. The black ones remain coveted.

Some people go as far as to think that they are too delicate to keep any other fish at all with in case they bump into each other, so they must live in permanent isolation…

The most intriguing feature of the Bubble Eye Goldfish is its bubbles. The bubbles on this goldfish begin to develop when it is 6-9 months old, leading to the name Water-Bubble Eye. By the time these goldfish are 2 years old, the bubbles are very large. These water-filled bubbles actually get so big that they can even make it difficult for this fish to see and swim

These fancy goldfish have a very intriguing appearance, but their bubble sacs are easily broken. The sacs are notorious for getting caught in the water uptake valves of aquarium filters. A foam cover over the valve should help prevent this. Most the time, broken bubbles will grow back but have a different shape and size that does not match the other bubble. Sometimes a broken bubble will not grow back at all. Additionally, broken bubbles heal slowly and are subject to infection, so keep an eye on your fish and be ready to treat it if necessary.

Besides its infamous bubbles, the Bubble Eye Goldfish is one the most unique-looking of the goldfish varieties. Along with the Lionhead Goldfish , the Bubble Eye Goldfish is dorsal-less, so it does not have a fin on the top of its back. One variety of Bubble Eye Goldfish bred in China does have a dorsal fin, but this variety does not qualify for show by the the Goldfish Society of America (GFSA).

The Bubble Eye goldfish originated in the early 1900s in China and is thought to have been developed from a strain of Celestial Eye goldfish.

The Bubble Eye is one of the most delicate breeds of fancy goldfish and is characterized by the two fluid filled sacs or ‘bladders’ underneath its eyes.

The Bubble Eye begins to develop these bubbles at around three to six months of age and they can get quite large by the time the fish is two years old. In addition to its bubbles, the Bubble Eye is also characterized as a dorsal-less goldfish species.

As one of the more rare varieties, they definitely aren’t as easy to find as the Fantail or Black Moor at your local pet store.

They come in all colors, from self-colored (solid) black, white, red, yellow, to red and white or even the more hard to find sarasa, red and black or calico patterns. The black ones remain coveted.

Some people go as far as to think that they are too delicate to keep any other fish at all with in case they bump into each other, so they must live in permanent isolation…

The most intriguing feature of the Bubble Eye Goldfish is its bubbles. The bubbles on this goldfish begin to develop when it is 6-9 months old, leading to the name Water-Bubble Eye. By the time these goldfish are 2 years old, the bubbles are very large. These water-filled bubbles actually get so big that they can even make it difficult for this fish to see and swim

These fancy goldfish have a very intriguing appearance, but their bubble sacs are easily broken. The sacs are notorious for getting caught in the water uptake valves of aquarium filters. A foam cover over the valve should help prevent this. Most the time, broken bubbles will grow back but have a different shape and size that does not match the other bubble. Sometimes a broken bubble will not grow back at all. Additionally, broken bubbles heal slowly and are subject to infection, so keep an eye on your fish and be ready to treat it if necessary.

Besides its infamous bubbles, the Bubble Eye Goldfish is one the most unique-looking of the goldfish varieties. Along with the Lionhead Goldfish , the Bubble Eye Goldfish is dorsal-less, so it does not have a fin on the top of its back. One variety of Bubble Eye Goldfish bred in China does have a dorsal fin, but this variety does not qualify for show by the the Goldfish Society of America (GFSA).




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