fish
is


the


ranchu.
headgrowth)

that
encases

the


whole
head
except


for


the
eyes
and


mouth.
bodied

with

finnage

similar

to
the

Fantail
Pompom
(goldfish)
Ryukin
Shubunkin
The
fancy

Pompoms


or


pompon


or


hana
fusahave
bundles


of


loose


fleshy
outgrowths
between


the


nostrils,

on
each

side


of


the


head.
The
fancy

ryukin

has


a
short,

deep

body

with
a

characteristic
shoulder

hump.
Fancy

and


hardy

have

single

tail
with
scales,


and


a


pattern

known
as

calico.
Telescope

eye
Ranchu
Panda

Moor
The

fancy


telescope
eye
or


demekin

is


characterized


by
its

protruding


eyes.


It


is


also


known
as

globe

eye

or


dragon


eye

goldfish.
The

fancy
Japanese

ranchu


is
hooded.
Japanese
people

refer

to

it


as
the

"king

of
goldfish".
The

fancy


Panda


Moorhas


a
characteristic

black

-

and

-

white
color

pattern

and


protruding
eyes.
Veiltail
Butterfly

tail


(goldfish)
The

fancy


veiltail

is


known


for


its
extra-
long,


flowing


double


tail.
Modern

veiltail


standards

require
little

or


no

indentation

of


the


trailing
edges
of


the


caudal


fins,


as


in

a
wedding

veil

for


a


bride.
The

Butterfly

Tail
Moor
or


Butterfly
Telescope
is


of


the
telescope
-

eye
lineage,

with

twin
tails

best


viewed
from

above.


The
spread

of


the


caudal
fins
mimics
butterflies
underwater.
Chinese

goldfish


classification
Chinese
tradition

classifies

goldfish


into

4

main

types.


These


classifications

are


not


commonly

used

in


the
West.
Ce

(may


also


be

called

"grass")—Goldfish


without


fancy


anatomical


features.


These


include

the
common

goldfish,


comet


goldfish


and

Shubunkin.