A Goshiki looks like a mix between an Asagi and a Kohaku. It has the Asagi net pattern and the Kohaku Hi (red) pattern. The Hi shouldn't have any of the net pattern on it. Look for a nice Kohaku pattern and an overall even shading over the rest of the scales.
The word, Goshiki, means "five colored". The original Goshikis were probably bred from a combination of an Asagi and a Sanke. Goshikis have the opposite coloration the Goromos. Goromos have a shaded red and a white body, while Goshikis have a shaded body and a solid red pattern.
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