Hi, I have just bred my first fry this summer in my parents pond, yes I'm only 17, and I have one red calico fan tail with beautiful tails, a white red cap oranda with a amazing wen, and a blue calico telescope eye. My problem is that these were all bought at a nearby pet store, although I looked for months to find them, and my telescopes eyes are slightly uneven in size and they are dome shape, not globe shape, but I had to settle for that since I didn't know when the next time I'd find a fish so close to what I am looking for. I am trying to breed a goldfish with long fins, a red cap wen, a blue calico body, and globe eyes. Something like this only with globe eyes: My question: I know that telescope eyes are genetic obviously, but will there be any offspring that would have even telescope eyes, after the second generation since the telescope eyes are recessive, that would have even eyes. AND, would any offspring have globe eyes, instead of dome eyes, or do dome eyes have stable genetics. Any help from telescope breeders, or people who know about goldfish genetics would be greatly appreciated, thank you.