Just wanted to share some pics/videos of the juvenile broad tail black moor I picked up from the Richmond AGA show recently. These are from Amy S and I split a group at auction from CincyRanchu. It was a lot of fun to meet more people and see so many amazing fish. I'm thinking grooming will be the best place to share the progress thus far and also get input from more experienced goldfish folks. They're so small that none of them have even developed telescope eyes yet! Right now there are 5 in a 40g breeder that is about 2/3rd full with 2 sponge filters. It's 2/3rds full because we realized above that it their tails began to look a bit crushed under the water pressure. Our hope is that as they get bigger we can slowly add more water. In the meantime that means doing ~90% water changes every 2-3 days and diligently removing as much food/fish waste as we can each day. We also will be spreading them out to more tanks so as they're bigger they do not become overstocked. Right now they're getting some frozen brine shrimp once a day and soilent green 2-3 times a day. They also can glean some duckweed from the surface. They are now big enough to eat (thawed) frozen bloodworms so they'll get a bit of that as well. They were too small to successfully eat the bloodworms just 12 days ago! So any advice would be helpful. I know several people on the forum have some of Amy S's spawn of their own. I would love to hear more from those people and anyone else with experience with telescopes. Here's a video I took on November 22nd of their brine shrimp breakfast. My hope is to periodically update with more pictures and/or videos.