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PANDA AND POMPON GLOBE EYES
Black-and-white pandas (Hong Kong, 2010; the right-hand fish was photographed in low light giving a mauve colour cast).
Black-and-white pandas (photographed in Hong Kong, 2006, with large ranchu in the background).
A variety of globe eye is the panda, which is a bicolour, black-and-red/yellow/white fish; it became popular in the mid 1990s. The strongly colored, red-black fish on the left was presented at BAS 2001; the picture of the orange-black fish on the right is taken from our video (see About Us).
Black-and-white pandas (photographed in bright light, Hong Kong, 2003).
Tri-colour forms of the panda also exist (for example, black-white-brown and black-white orange).
Pompon globe eyes
Pompon globe eyes: red-white pompons (left), red pompons on a red-white fish (centre) and red pompons on a chocolate fish (right), which is very rare. The Chinese name for these is velvetyball dragon eyes, and they are rare. (Hong Kong 2003).
Chocolate oranda pompon globe eyes (pompon globe eyes with the beginnings of an oranda hood), very rare. (Hong Kong 2003).
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