Question by  ellzee (25)

What does a goldfish egg sack look like?


Answer by  DeadlyGlories (71)

Goldfish lay separate eggs in the roots of floating plants, which look like little dots among the roots. They need specific breeding conditions, as well, so there probably aren't eggs.


Answer by  SunnyStars (836)

Goldfish don't have egg sacks. The female has hundreds of eggs that she releases near floating plants. The eggs get stuck to the plants. Then the male fertilizes the eggs.


Answer by  rosefire (78)

The female goldfish lays hundreds of very tiny pearl like eggs on plants, etc.. Unfertle eggs are white and the fertile ones are more transparent.


Answer by  jody1723 (65)

A female goldfish will lay hundreds of tiny opaque eggs, these eggs are not together in a sack. It is usually a network of connected eggs waiting to be fertilized.


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

Goldfish egg sacks are often small and nearly opaque. They feel like jelly to the touch, and can resemble smaller versions of frog eggs, which are a network of connected eggs.


Answer by  arupjrtyahoocom (19)

GOLDfish eggs look like tiny,transparent bubbles. The incubation time is 5 to 7 days, depending on water temperature- 70 degrees F or 21 C is best. During this time some eggs will develop a fungus turn white looking like a very tiny cotton balls.

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