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Bubble Eye Goldfish - Desktop Goldfish

Bubble Eye Goldfish

The bubble eye goldfish is instantly recognizable small twin tailed fancy variety of goldfish

This goldfish has eyes that are nearly completely surrounded by a fluid filled sac. The bubble eye has an egg shaped body, and does not have a dorsal fin. Coloration, like most goldfish can be varied, but bubble eye goldfish are typically metallic red/orange. Other color variations can include:

  • red
  • red-and-white
  • black
  • gold
  • calico.

The eyes bladders of the bubble eye goldfish do not start to develop until 3 months after hatching. The pair of fluid sacs jiggle as the Bubble Eye Goldfish swim around.

Bubble Eye Gender

While it is difficult, if not impossible, to sex a goldfish when they are young, the male is usually more slender and smaller than the female. During the breeding season however, a male gold fish will have white prickles, or breeding tubercules, on its gill covers and head. A female, seen from above, will have a fatter appearance while she is carrying eggs.

Bubble Eye Breeding

This fish is an egg scatterer during the summer.

Bubble Eye Special Care

Bubble Eye goldfish, due to vulnerability of the eye sacs, are best kept in their own aquarium with no rocky, or pointy, furnishings. The bubble eye goldfish are relatively poor swimmers due to their imparied vision, and can not compete with more active goldfish. Their 'bubbles' can also be easily damaged by being sucked into the filter intake. 

Bubble Eye Compatability

While Bubble Eye Goldfish are relatively harmless to other fish, it's the other fish that can do harm to the goldfish. Keep the Bubble Eye goldfish in a tank with other goldfish that are slower moving, with the same vision impairment. The faster, better seeing goldfish can get to all the food faster. 

Bubble Eye Feeding

Bubble Eye Goldfish are omnivores, and will eat live plants for food, and also vegetables including;

  • zucchini
  • peas
  • spinach
  • lettuce 

Frozen glass worms, blood worms, brine shrimp and daphnia will also be accepted by the Bubble Eye Goldfish.