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Old 03-05-2014, 12:14 AM   #21
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Zebra danios are my favorites in the tank. They are small and really quick. They seem to get along great in my tank, and rarely hide.

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Old 03-05-2014, 12:16 AM   #22
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Does the goldfish have to be under one of those special lights?
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No that's not a requirement. It's just a way to get you to purchase their setup
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Does the goldfish have to be under one of those special lights?
No it just helps their color stand out. I like my blue lights, they looks so bright!
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Oh okay. Do you think golfish and a platy would do okay in a tank
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Oh okay. Do you think golfish and a platy would do okay in a tank
Glo fish are tetras and zebra danios. They need groups of 5+ and yes they will do just fine. What size tank do you have?
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We'll currently I have two 10 gallons with 5 platies per tank but I'm planning on getting a 55 gallon or larger tank once I get my birthday money and get a few more fish
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We'll currently I have two 10 gallons with 5 platies per tank but I'm planning on getting a 55 gallon or larger tank once I get my birthday money and get a few more fish
Okay I will be 100% honest. Your 2-10g are a bit over stocked. I would wait for the 55g before getting anymore fish. Zebra danios need at least 30" long swim room because they are very active fish
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Yes that's what I'm planning I'm definitely not getting anymore fish until I have a bigger tank.
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Jwh do you think you can look at another forum I have? It's under freshwater discussion and the title is possible mold problem.
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