Golden orfe

The body has a typical cyprinid shape and generally silvery appearance, while the fins are a pinkish red in varying degrees.

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The Golden orfe lives in the benthopelagic, potamodromous, freshwater, brackish, pH range: 7.0 - 7.5, dH range: 10 - 15, depth range 15 - m environment.

My two large golden orfe near the bottom/middle right, a few of the small orfe can be seen at the top right, 2/20/99. More

Golden orfe are also remarkably fast growing fish, shooting on rapidly to the size of the pond. More

Golden Orfe will jump out of very small ponds because they like lots of room to play and they love to catch bugs. We recommend at least a 500 gallon pond for Orfe. More

Golden Orfes are terrifically suited for larger ponds, at least 500 gallons, and should be housed in ponds deep enough for winter survival and with plenty of area to accommodate their mature size. They thrive in cooler temperatures up to about 77 F. More

Faster than the average heron, the golden orfe is an ideal pond fish. Hardy and adaptable, orfes are a good choice for new ponds as they aren't too picky about water conditions. More

cultivated golden orfe is common in stillwater fisheries. Often found in shoals near weedbeds, feeding on plant material and invertebrates. Instantly recognisable by its distinctive orange coloured body and red fins. More

More Golden Orfe Detail and Purchase Information Lilly Pads Privacy & Security | Pond Resources | Site Map Willow Pond Aqua Farms • 3581 Swamp Road, Canandaigua, NY 14424 • Ph. More

i found one of my golden orfe dead it was around 12inches and the only thing i could see was the pupils of it's eyes were white ond swolen, can anyone diagnose please. More

#1: Someone suggested Golden Orfe as helpful with goldfish population control. After 5 feeder goldish turned into 32 in 275ga in 4 months, I think I may look into this. More

out the Golden Orfe the lively fish that loves to lark about. Reblog this post If you enjoyed this post. Please share.: * Digg * Sphinn * del.icio. More

The Golden Orfe (pronounced More

Common names

Aland in German (Deutsch)
Aland (Fisch) in German (Deutsch)
Alander in German (Deutsch)
Alant in German (Deutsch)
Alat in German (Deutsch)
Almindelig Rimte in Danish (dansk)
Ăптă (ăктă) in Chuvash (чӑваш чӗлхи)
Cacho in Spanish (español)
Cachoelo in Spanish (español)
Cachuelo in Spanish (español)
Ejbygedde in Danish (dansk)
Elize in German (Deutsch)
Elsrode in German (Deutsch)
Elte in German (Deutsch)
Emde in Danish (dansk)
Ertel in German (Deutsch)
Escalo in Portuguese (Português)
Escalo prateado in Portuguese (Português)
Escalo-prateado in Portuguese (Português)
Gängling in German (Deutsch)
Gänzling in German (Deutsch)
Gäse in German (Deutsch)
geese in German (Deutsch)
Gendling in German (Deutsch)
genge in German (Deutsch)
Gesenitz in German (Deutsch)
Gisitzer in German (Deutsch)
Göhe in German (Deutsch)
Golden orfe in English
Goldfisch unechter in German (Deutsch)
Goldnerfling in German (Deutsch)
Goldorfe in German (Deutsch)
Göse in German (Deutsch)
Häwt in German (Deutsch)
Helm in German (Deutsch)
Iaz in Russian (русский язык)
Id in Swedish (Svenska)
Id (fisk) in Swedish (Svenska)
ide in English
ide in French (français)
Ide dorée in French (français)
Ide mélanote in French (français)
Ide rouge in French (français)
Ido in Italian (Italiano)
Jalec tmavy in Czech (česky)
Jalec tmavý in Slovak (slovenčina)
Jase in German (Deutsch)
Jasek in Czech (česky)
Jász in Hungarian (Magyar)
Jaz in Polish (polski)
Jeese in German (Deutsch)
Jelec jesen in Czech (česky)
Jesen in German (Deutsch)
Jesen nížinný in Czech (česky)
Jesen nížinný in Czech (česky)
Jesen obecný in Czech (česky)
Jesenitz in German (Deutsch)
Jessen in German (Deutsch)
Jez in Serbian (српски језик)
Jez in Slovene
Jez (riba) in Slovenian (slovenščina)
Jezůvě in Czech (česky)
Juntling in German (Deutsch)
Kilps in German (Deutsch)
Kühling in German (Deutsch)
Lachsapparre in German (Deutsch)
Leukiskos-tsiróni in Greek (Ελληνικά)
Leukiskos-tsiróni in Greek, Modern (1453)
Lugojanel in Rumanian
Mähne in German (Deutsch)
Mazdruga in Bulgarian (български език)
Münne in German (Deutsch)
Nennen in German (Deutsch)
Nerfling in German (Deutsch)
orfe in English
orfe in French (français)
orfe in German (Deutsch)
orfe in Ukrainian (українська мова)
Orff in Welsh (Cymraeg)
Paprastoji meknė in Lithuanian (lietuvių kalba)
Rimte in Danish (dansk)
Rohrkarpfen in German (Deutsch)
Rotorfe in German (Deutsch)
Ryba májová in Czech (česky)
Säinas in Estonian (Eesti keel)
Säyne in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Schwarznerfling in German (Deutsch)
Seekarpen in German (Deutsch)
Seekarpfen in German (Deutsch)
silver orfe in English
Strandkarpe in Danish (dansk)
Stromkarpfen in German (Deutsch)
Tabarre in German (Deutsch)
Tabelle in German (Deutsch)
Tapar in German (Deutsch)
Topar in German (Deutsch)
Urf in German (Deutsch)
Urs in German (Deutsch)
Vaduvita in Romanian (română)
Văduviţă in Rumanian
Vederbuk in Norwegian (Norsk)
Vederbuk in Norwegian Nynorsk (Norsk nynorsk)
Véron in French (français)
Weißfisch in German (Deutsch)
Winde in Dutch (Nederlands)
Winde (dier) in Dutch (Nederlands)
Windvoorn in Dutch (Nederlands)
Yaz in Russian (русский язык)
Yaz' in Russian (русский язык)
Јаз (риба) in Serbian (српски језик)
Мъздруга in Bulgarian (български език)
подъязык in Russian (русский язык)
Сын in Komi (коми кыв)
Язь in Russian (русский язык)
Язь in Ukrainian (українська мова)
язь золотой in Russian (русский язык)
圆腹雅罗鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
圓腹雅羅魚 in Mandarin Chinese
土耳其斯坦雅罗鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
土耳其斯坦雅羅魚 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Leuciscus
Species : Leuciscus idus
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758