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    The most popular in the Koi varieties would be the Gasanke which consists of the Taisho Sanshoku, the Showa Sanshoku and the Kohaku varieties.The crossbreeding has continued. As recently as the 1980’s, Ghost Koi was created in the UK. They are a cross between the wild Koi as well as the Ogon Koi. Their metallic scales are what distinguish them from other Koi. The dragon carp, and this is known because Longfin Koi or perhaps the Butterfly Koi have long flowing fins which distinguish them through the other varieties. There are those breeders that will not consider the butterfly Koi and ghost Koi really was Nishikigoi. The development of Koi types continue as well as the various choices increases. There are some who feel that the main Koi types will be the only true Koi.The Various Koi TypesKohaku: This popular white Koi has red markings for the top of its body. the name Kohaku means red and white. This original Koi developed in the 1800s.Taisho Sanshoku can also be generally known as Taisho Sanke. In 1914, breeders introduced these kind of Koi. They are similar to the Kohaku, but have additional black markings. These small black markings are known as sumi. In the United States, they’re frequently called Sanke. The kanji could be read as Sanshoku or sanke.Showa Sanshoku is really a black Koi. It has red and white markings. These types of Koi was first shown in 1927 during the Showa empire. The amount of shiroji, marks, has increased over the years. In the United States the name continues to be abbreviated to Showa.Tancho Koi are distinguished through the single red patch that you simply see around the head in the Koi. The Koi in this category might be either Tancho Showa, Tancho Sanke or Tancho Goshiki. This Koi was named for your Japanese crane. The crane includes a red just right its head also.Chagoi are tea-colored Koi. The color covers a broad spectrum of colors from the very pale olive drab green to some copper or bonze hue. Recently some have appeared in shades of orange. These particular Koi types are friendly, docile and extremely large. Keepers love to keep them within their pond with other Koi varieties since they feel they’re a sign of all the best ..Asagi Koi is often red, yellow or cream below the lateral lines from the fish and on its cheeks. The rest from the fish is a beautiful light blue. The name means pale greenish-blue in Japanese and also spring onion or indigo.Utsurimono Koi are black and possess either white, red or yellow markings. The original is the black and tattoos, known as the zebra color. The red and white are Hi Utsuri and Shiro Utsuri. Utsuri methods to print. The black markings are incredibly similar to ink markings. These types of Koi are genetically just like Showa but devoid of the white or red pigment.Bekko is often a yellow, white or red skinned Koi which includes distinctive black markings. The name equals “tortoise shell”. The white, red and yellow Koi varieties are Shiro Bekko, Aka Bekko and Ki Bekko. Occasionally they’re wrongly identified as Utsuri.Shusui equals “autumn green”. The Shusui appeared in 1910. It can be a mix of the German mirror carp and also the Japanese Asagi.