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Old 04-11-2012, 07:32 PM   #11
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Do you have a spot for the turtle to get out of the water and all the things like uvb lights for the turtle? Sorry but had to ask
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It's prolly due to their bio load and size the fish attain at full size. You don't want to stunt the fish. Aka the body stops growing but the organs continue to grow. It's hurts the fish and will eventually kill them. What kind of pleco?
The pic looks like a common
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Wel with the goldfish you should have a 20 gallon for 1 fish for every one that you add after that add 10 gal.

With the pleco it will get to be 18" and they grow fast

The turtle will probably need a bigger tank aswell from what I can see they can get to be 10"
20gal for 1 fish (0.0)!!!
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Do you have a spot for the turtle to get out of the water and all the things like uvb lights for the turtle? Sorry but had to ask
Yes I have a penplax turtle topper
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20gal for 1 fish (0.0)!!!
Not just one fish. Depends on the fish.
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It's prolly due to their bio load and size the fish attain at full size. You don't want to stunt the fish. Aka the body stops growing but the organs continue to grow. It's hurts the fish and will eventually kill them. What kind of pleco?
They are small goldfish the "$0.25" kind
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They are small goldfish the "$0.25" kind
Is it just a feeder goldfish?
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They are small goldfish the "$0.25" kind
It may be small but it wont stay that way 12-14" and they produce a lot of waste
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Is it just a feeder goldfish?
Yes... Well I have 1 feeder goldfish the other I'm not sure but here is hiz pic
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