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black moor and plants

hey anyone know what plants are best for black moor goldfish ??

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what size tank and what lighting do you have? Generally, since goldfish are herbivores, its a hit or miss thing to keep plants with them. Some of the tougher plants like swords and anubias are generally good ideas, but you may have trouble keeping them if you have a "factory" light...


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I don't know what those pictures are, but I agree with mfdrookie516, Anubias, Swords, and Java fern are your best bet. The leaves are too tough for them to chew on, and they grow fairly well under most any conditions. Most stem plants require higher light levels and are so delicate that they would be easily eaten or torn apart. Thick, fleshy, rooted plants are very easy to grow.

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