The Bekko Koi comes in three variants. The first of these is Aka Bekko, which is a reddish koi with black patches. The second is Shiro bekko, which is a whitish koi covered in black patches. And the third is Ki Bekko, a koi yellow in color that has black patches. All three are rare and sought after by collectors both in and outside Japan due to their fabulous color.
Mycobacterium, which is also referred to as fish tuberculosis, is a disease caused by a specific bacterial group. The bacteria can be identified as environmental organisms which are free living, usually in the mud which collects near the bottom of ponds. Below is a detailed analysis of this condition and how to treat and prevent it.