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Old 11-09-2014, 11:44 PM   #1
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Hi, my name is Rachel and I just joined the forum. I've been in the hobby for a year and have really enjoyed every minute. I have a special interest in Goldfish. It seems like everyone does this so here's what I have:

29 Gallon
2 Black Moor Goldfish
Fluval C4 HOB
Sponge Filter

29 Gallon
2 Small Oranda Goldfish
Fluval C4 HOB
Sponge Filter

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1 Fancy Goldfish
Fluval C4 HOB
Sponge Filter

20 Gallon
6 Glofish Tetras
6 Glofish Danios
Fluval Aquaclear 30 HOB
Sponge Filter
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Old 11-10-2014, 07:25 PM   #3
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Hi and welcome Rachel...
So, four nice tanks you've got there.
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Welcome. It is nice to see a newer goldfish owner who actually did their homework first. I can tell just by the tank information above. I wa sglad to read your using some sponge filters, they just add so much biodiversity to the tank and in my opinion play a direct role in the health of all inhabitants. Congrats so far.

On your orandas, make sure to monitor the water quality more so than the rest. Depending on the source of your live stock these could very well be imported fish. I don't know why but the imports seem more fragile than fish raised in the US.
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