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Herbert R. Axelrod
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The three koi varieties most in demand today. A – Kohaku, one year-old (tosai), 18cm TL; B – Sanke, 65 cm TL; D – Showa, 57 cm TL. The Sanke and Showa are two year-old (nisai) immature females. Koi Varieties; Written by and published There are currently over one hundred varieties of koi, with new types been actively developed. Each variety has its own colouration and scale type which is used to name and catororise the koi. These varieties are .
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Written by a team of international experts, Koi: A Complete Guide to their Care and Color Varieties contains information and advice that incorporates the latest developments in koi research. Topics include: Purchasing koi; Body conformation, deportment, color, pattern, and quality; The koi pond, including technology, like de-icers and warming tents/5(25).
Koi Varieties [Herbert R. AXELROD] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Detailed description of Koi fish varieties. Color photographs. Very detailed.5/5(1). An insightful book written by one of the leading show koi judges and koi speakers in the United Kingdom, with hundreds of high quality photographs of top quality show koi.
The first few chapters act as an introduction to the “appreciation” of the animal, with advice on how to identify strong breeding traits and the best fish qualities.
Koi have many different colors. Some of the major colors are white, black, red, yellow, blue, and cream. As Nishikigoi were developed in Japan, the language of Nishikigoi is Japanese.
Types of Koi Varieties. There are over a different types of koi (Nishikigoi). To find the proper koi classification you will need to look at their colors, patterns, and body confirmation. how to distinguish types of koi.
Trying to keep all of the varieties and variations of koi straight can be enough to make your head spin. Doitsu (doytz) Doitsu koi are mirror carp. They have scales along the dorsal and lateral lines only. Most Koi varieties book varieties have a doitsu version, the exception being Shusui which is the doitsu version of Asagi.
Developed in Germany. Standard fin Koi have been kept and bred by the people in Japan for a long time. Where very talented fish breeders, starting from the Common Carp, developed several beautiful color patterns.
To the left is one of the most popular Koi varieties, a Kohaku. Koi varieties can be mixed in ponds to create great beauty and tranquility. The Koi varieties in the Hikarimoyomono classification have arisen from two sources. The first group includes Koi that have resulted from crossing a Platinum Ogon with any other variety except Utsuri.
These crosses have produced such varieties as Yamato-nishiki (also know as a metallic Sanke), Gin Bekko and Kujaku. Understanding koi varieties can sometimes be difficult. There are so many different variables of color and markings, and on top of that these variables can be combined to create distinct koi varieties.
For the purposes of this article, we will treat the koi types in. Sub varieties of Ginrin; Ginrin can be divided technically into four sub Beta-Gin the whole surface of the scale is reflective, while Kado-Gin describes scales where only the leading edge carries this latest type to appear - Diamond, or Hiroshima, Ginrin - originated in on the Konishi Koi farm in southern Japan.
Here, the reflective element radiates out from the. Koi Varieties: Japanese Colored Carp-Nishikigoi Hardcover – June 1, by Herbert R. Axelrod (Author)5/5(1). Excellent book filled with loads of information about koi, subjects from raising, breeding & showing, to disease and illnesses.
Also has a wonderful section on koi varieties and markings with great photos. Very comprehensive book on keeping koi, highly recommended. A great koi about koi and ponds/5(6). You will be able to tell the difference between the scaly and non-scaly, the splotchy red white and black and the stripey koi, but you aren't going to be a koi show judge after reading the book.
There are so many different varieties, you would really need pgs to do that I /5(17). If you would like to delve deeper into the world of koi fish, there are great supplementary resources available, including high quality books with exhaustive lists of individual varieties.
The beginning Koi: Kohaku champion kohaku koi. Experts in the koi industry often claim that keeping koi begins and ends with Kohaku. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore.
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Just Print out these pages for a quick reference guide on Koi types. Koi (鯉, English: / ˈ k ɔɪ /, Japanese:) or more specifically jinli or nishikigoi (錦鯉, [ɲiɕi̥kiꜜɡoi], literally "brocaded carp"), are colored varieties of the Amur carp (Cyprinus rubrofuscus) that are kept for decorative purposes in outdoor koi ponds or water gardens.
Koi is an informal group name of the colored variants of C. rubrofuscus. Class: Actinopterygii. The Koi Doctor is an essential overview of all aspects of koi keeping. This guide is intended for hobbyists who care deeply about their ornamental fish.
The innumerable tips in this book are indispsable for anyone who wants to keep their koi in the best conditions possible. Koi Varieties Thanks to the ingenuity and dedication of Japanese master koi breeders, the world is now blessed with a diverse collection of koi breeds and varieties.
Present-day koi are so brilliantly colored that it's difficult to imagine all of them coming from the dull-colored fish grown for food in the mountains of Niigata, Japan centuries ago. Koi Varieties by Dr. Herbert R Axelrod starting at $ Koi Varieties has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
Can anyone recommend any decent books on koi keeping? I am new to koi keeping but not fish keeping, just wondering if there was any decent reads on general koi keeping, koi selection/grading, koi varieties, health issues etc.
Sent from my SM-GF using Tapatalk. Koi Variety Guide At we strive to bring you the best koi varieties available from the top breeders in Japan. The owner Andy Moo makes several trips per year to Japan to hand select the koi for his annual koi growth contest and his year round sales.