I know there has been lots of interest in breeding goldfish in the past on this forum, so I thought you all might be interested in this. It was about a year ago that my lovely Upstart first laid eggs. At that time I only found two or three left clinging to the plants. This time I caught them only a few minutes after she laid, and was able to save a few of her eggs before the others ate the rest. Here are the critical details: 60 gallon tank, cycled, ph about 7.5. Upstart and Napoleon are both just over 3 years old. Water temp is about 75, down from 80 a few weeks ago. I performed a small water change yesterday and replaced the 5 gallons I siphoned out when I vacuumed the gravel with cold straight from the tap. I went on a four-day vacation starting the 6th, so they were without food for a couple days. When I came back I fed them more than usual. And the photos: You can see the parents by following the link in my signature. Napoleon is the large orange comet and Upstart is the white common. Napoleon is also my avatar. I saved about ten of the eggs - I don't know if they even got fertilized - in a 2.5 gallon java fern grow-out tank. We'll see if they develop at all. I don't have room for babies, really, but I'd like to save just one of their little ones. I'll keep you all updated.