How big do Shubunkin Goldfish get?

How big do Shubunkin Goldfish get?

Shubunkins are a hardy, single-tailed goldfish with nacreous scales and a pattern known as calico. The Shubunkins are of Japanese origin. The Shubunkin was created by Yoshigoro Akiyama by crossing Calico telescope eye with a Comet goldfish and a Common goldfish.

Shubunkin goldfish can grow to exceed 12 inches or 30cm as adults. You will need adequate space in your aquarium or pond to accomodate growth of Shubunkins. One fish per 25 litres is a good stocking guideline.

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