cage made from cotton sheet or netting to hatch and raise fry before releasing
red colour on the abdomen.
red colour on the abdomen. Also the hi markings on the abdomen and flanks of Asagi and Shusui.
concentration of calcium and magnesium in water, usually expressed in equivalent CaCO3, calcium carbonate.
koi with a pattern combining gold and platinum except those out of the Utsurimono-lineage.
Alternative and more recent name for Doitsu Yamatonishiki (in honour of the Heisei era).
external parasite, flagellate
red (as a colour, marking or pattern), pronounce 'he'
Hi-Utsuri with the white ground revealing kage scalation.
Asagi with hi covering all of the back.
koi with a red-gold ground colour.
Showa with a dominant hi marking stretching from nose to tail with little intrusions of white.
Shusui in which the red of the abdomen extends upwards to cover all of the back.
Utsuri with a red ground.
koi with a red-orange ground colour.
All metallic Koi with patterns of two or more colours other than those bred out of the Utsuri-types.
koi with single metallic colours and their matsuba variations.
The metallic versions of Showa and Utsurimono.
disease of the red skin cells.
hi marking on the gill plate.
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