Calico Oranda

An oranda is a breed of goldfish characterized by a prominent bubbly-like hood on the head. The headgrowth or 'hood' (also known as wen) may be a prominent growth on the top of the head (cranial region) or may encase the whole head except for the eyes and mouth.

When it was first imported from China to Japan it was mistakenly thought to be native to Holland, and was therefore dubbed the "Dutch Ironmask" (オランダ獅子頭), from which its English name "oranda" derives.

Calico - "a printed cotton fabric - mutlcolored or mottled"

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2-3 inch Calico Oranda (Qty of 4)

2-3 inch Calico Oranda (Qty of 4)

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$105.00

3-4 inch Calico Oranda (Qty of 4)

3-4 inch Calico Oranda (Qty of 4)

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5 inch Calico Oranda. 5 inch plus. You are buying one!  SOLD

5 inch Calico Oranda. 5 inch plus. You are buying one! SOLD

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If your fish arrives dead: We will require a photo of the Koi so do not dispose of it. However distasteful it may be for you to do this, you will need to cut the tail section off of the Koi and lay it on the ground with the remainder of the Koi for the picture.  
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