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Old 07-20-2011, 03:48 AM   #11
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Cool my personal favorite are red cap orandas
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Wow, I don't think I have ever seen a panda goldy before. It is lovely too! Someday, i would like to have a coldwater tank for a few goldies, but smaller fish usually win me in the end because I can own more of them. Your fishies are spectacular though.
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Old 07-20-2011, 04:00 AM   #13
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Wow, I don't think I have ever seen a panda goldy before. It is lovely too! Someday, i would like to have a coldwater tank for a few goldies, but smaller fish usually win me in the end because I can own more of them. Your fishies are spectacular though.
THANK YOU I love my babies goldies!!! The orange and black one is the whole reason I got goldfish! I have three babies in a 55 g tank just the 3 baby goldfish!! Lol I want to add an Oranda and maybe some algae eater of some sort
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Those are pretty too!!! Google panda orandas! That's what I wanted but my LFS only had regular pandas
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You said you were wanting some type of algae eater? I've been really into different kinds of plecos lately. You could order a cool exotic pleco for your tank? They have a few that only grow to 5 inches. My albino bristlenose (not that id consider it that "exotic") is so entertaining to watch and interesting ....I've grown quite attached. And ill google panda orandas! I've never seen any before
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Cool my personal favorite are red cap orandas
Oh man red caps are awesome. I am a fan of Calico Ryukins, they are sooooo pretty as adults.
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THANK YOU I love my babies goldies!!! The orange and black one is the whole reason I got goldfish! I have three babies in a 55 g tank just the 3 baby goldfish!! Lol I want to add an Oranda and maybe some algae eater of some sort
Those are the cutest goldfish! I was looking into getting a panda moor to accompany Kuro but he's just so messy on his own hahah the guy is fist sized already. I'm still trying to fatten him up!

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The scape still looks pretty empty...gotta get more plants. Any suggestions?
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Very nice photo's. I don't prefer the bug eyed fish however, and I've heard that the eyes can actually pop out.

Those are very nice pics though.
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Very nice photo's. I don't prefer the bug eyed fish however, and I've heard that the eyes can actually pop out.

Those are very nice pics though.
I had a goldfish like this. I went to wal mart and saw him and he didn't have any eyes. Just empty eyesockets. I had to get him bc he was so unique and bc he probably wouldn't survive at wal mart. He lived about a year before dying


And wow the black moor is bigger than I realized. Idk what to tell you about plants tho. I don't know anything about live plants. Other than java fern and java moss are some low light ones...I think
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I think you need some more darkness on the left of the tank to balance out the big dark piece of dw on the right. Maybe a smaller piece of dw to put over there or some kind of rock?
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