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  1. Hard to say. Did you get a good look at its barbels (feelers)?
  2. "Butt sniffing" pretty much describes the behavior. I'll have to inspect Barry and see if there's any sign she might be ready to spawn
  3. My black moor (ET) has been relentlessly chasing my oranda (Barry). It seems like spawning behavior but ET doesn't have breeding tubercles. Are they about to spawn? I also recently added a heater to their tank and I'm thinking that may have triggered it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. I think I got it! If somehow you cut of circulation to the dead one, it should shrivel up and fall off without any bleeding. Maybe use thread or elastic?
  5. My goldfish share a tank with a weather loach and will soon share it with a trumpet snail. I've seen dinosaur bichirs coexist peacefully with large koi so I think size is a major component.
  6. I have a weather loach which is rather similar anatomically and he eats frozen brine shrimp, fishmeal-based flakes, and spinach.
  7. I'm not sure if anyone has any ideas about this, but does anyone have suggestions for online sellers of large catfish like redtails and pangasius? Let me know if you know of anything, and thanks everyone!
  8. This is another one of these long-suffering urban myths that unfortunately won't die a quick death. The land version of this is birds and uncooked rice http://urbanlegends.about.com/od/birds/a/wedding_rice.htm Thanks for pointing that out! I like to carp fish and I read that in an article
  9. Be sure to cook the rice first. I've heard dry rice can expand in their bellies and cause issues
  10. Try digging up an ant nest and separate the insects from the dirt. I froze mine and my goldfish LOVE them!
  11. I'm having the same problem. I've read that feeding them more veggies helps so that's what I've been trying
  12. I think it's only natural for any animal to try to jam themselves into small spaces. It makes them feel safe. If you're willing to put in the time, plants like val might provide a similar sense of security without the risk. There's always artificial alternatives, too, of course.
  13. Any thoughts on moneywort? I know it's not on the list but its leaves look pretty thick and I think it would look nice as long as it's hardy enough.
  14. BrettFish

    Indoor Pond

    Something like this was what I had in mind:
  15. BrettFish

    Indoor Pond

    Hey everyone! My girlfriend and I are planning on moving out in a couple years. One of our favorite things to do is watch my goldfish swim around my tank, so we both agreed that we want our new home to have an indoor goldfish pond. I want it to be large but shallow so it'll be easier to watch them and interact with them. I was hoping you guys could give me some tips on building an indoor pond. Thanks so much!
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