Monkey87

Goldfish
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About Monkey87

  • Rank
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  • Birthday 06/22/1987

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Age
    25
  • Location
    Toronto, Ont.
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  • How many Goldfish
    4
  1. the only probem i have with putting something like a nylon stocking or something is that i will not be able to dig the python tube down deep into the gravel, and it will also become clogged .. i guess i just have to be more careful and vigilent.. btw he looks like he is doing fine.. it is 11pm here right now.. i will update tmrw.. good night guys!
  2. i know man... it was one of those things i just walked turned away to watch my son get up on a stool without hurting himself.. and then i saw this happening..!! this oranda has always been a little "slow" but definitely sucks it happened to him... thank god it wasnt worse.. and will update u if anything happens or as hes healing! thanks alot!
  3. so i always heard of other ppl's fish getting sucked by python of hose and NEVER thought it would happen to me ... i turned away for i would say 10 seconds... all of a sudden.... i heard the sink water flow REALLY low.. i RIGHT AWAY looked ay my python and saw my beautiful calico oranda headfirst in the tube ... i quickly pulled the python out the water and pulled him off... he has a little blood showing on the inside tissue of one of his nostrils ... but otherwise seems fine... he is acting pretty normal.. and no other blood anywhere... whats should i do if anything?? keep on eye on him?? fins not clamped. he isnt bottom sitting or anything.. and he is eating.. just fed him after waterchange.. advice?
  4. remember... angelfish are more predatory than most people know or want to believe.. best thing to do for angelfish "tank mates" are get some schooling fish that stay away from there end of the tank.. angelfish are usually mid tank swimmers.. meaning you can get guys that are top swimmers or bottom dwellers... good fish i would consider are silver dollars, bigger species of tetras..cory cats, platies. stay away from anything smaller p.s angelfish need alot of space in terms of tank size.. so make sure you dont have a single angel in something like a 10 - 20g tank and are trying to add more fish... setting up disaster. hope this helped
  5. hey jesswyn welcome to canada! lol the best places to check for used aquarium stands on the internet here in canada are kijiji.ca and craigslist.ca both websites are good.. just typein whereabouts in canada you are and you should get alot of hits!
  6. pretty fish ... what happened to the eye? it may just be me.. but does it look like some of your fishes have or had a tail rot/splitting issue? may just be my eyes.. cant really tell.. maybe i should go to sleeep.. :(lol
  7. first thing that comesto mind is that NEONS are not hardy at all.. and actually take it really hard when changing tanks.. the thing ive learned about neons is that they need a mature cycle/tank and pristine water conditions. once they have survived the first week they are usually pretty good but VERY susceptible to many diseases.. sadly i gave up on neons.. too much stress..
  8. This is not good at all. hmmmm...
  9. alex is the man.. he knows
  10. the link didnt work for me... regardless if you didnt buy these snails and/or they came in with your plants.. i would STRONGLY suggest that you remove them immediately because they can and will reproduce very quickly in your tank and will have little snails allover the place.. next time the best thing to do before adding plants directly into your tank would be to thoroughly clean plants with a bleach solution to kill anything that could attach itself onto the plants like snails.
  11. if they are synthetic, they should be fine, although there may be a reason in which they are not aquarium specific... maybe something can leech out into the water? i dunno..??
  12. anytime have you ever seen the bn pleco's try to or succeed in sucking the slimecoats off the goldies? i heard this is common? this is the only thing i would really worry about..???? anybody heard of or experienced this first hand???
  13. thats good.
  14. i know for a fact that wood for a reptile terrarium is different than the wood we use in an aquarium. The wood in the "reptile" section of the store is not meant to be "aquatic" but instead meant to be kept in dry conditions (moisture is usually fine) but not meant to be underwater... cocnut shell on the other hand is fine in an aquarium i actually have some moss growing on a coconut shell. anyways... leave the "reptile" wood out of your aquarium.. p.s "reptile" wood will eventually rot, and affect your water conditions and possibly create further problems.
  15. yikes... that looks extremely cloudy imo... why would you use safe t sorb?!? i dont understand?? i am a mechanic and we use that stuff to clean up oil spills or chemical spills.. what use would it have in an aquarium?? are you sure this wont leech out something harmful into the water? i am dumbfounded i am sorry.. ive just never seen or heard about this in an aquarium?... im hoping you did your research...