Hibuna are reminiscent of minature koi with their fusiform body shape and normal fin size.  They have the shape of the ancestral carp but with color.  A hibuna with the green/bronze color of a wild fish is called a funa.  Hibuna are usually called "common goldfish" in the U.S, even though they are less common than comets.  However, a good one is far from common and is as difficult to breed as the more exotic varieties.  You can find a short article about hibuna here.

All of these goldfish were born on our farm, each one is different and the individual in the photos is the individual you receive.  To order, just send an e-mail to goldfish@raingarden.us and let us know the item number to the left of the photos.  To the right of the photos, you will see a column with the price of the fish.  Farther to the right is a separate column with the shipping cost for one or more fish of that variety and size.  We will confirm the shipping cost when responding to your e-mail.

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