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Tazz Knight

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    MD/DC area
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  • How many Goldfish
    G2-5, G3-8, G4-a lot of fry
  1. Goldfish genetics are awesome and weird at the same time. Years ago, I lost most of my goldfish when I moved from parents home to my current house. the two that ended up surviving were my shubunkin(female) and my chocolate oranda(male)...before my male died, he had spawned with the female a week prior and I was anxious to see what I would get from that mix. But the time the fry were 3 weeks old, my female died. None of the fry were fancy and in the end, only 5 survived(Roulette, Spade, Joker, Jinx and Dorothy(the runt of the litter...lol...kept here in a tank with my cory cats cause she was sooo little)....almost a year and a half later, the first four(Roulette the only female) spawned and amazingly, 25% of the fry came out fancy. I kept 5 regular goldfish and 3 fantail(how I hope turn out to be orandas) Its been a year and half and the five single tail goldfish spawned two weeks ago and I can see quite a few fancy goldfish in the making. so soon, I will have fish to give away again....lol.
  2. agreed, the cats do need their own refuge in the tank to get away from the tank world. I always had a barrel. plant corner and ornaments they could swim through. most times the enjoys swimming with my orandas and fantails. I love having albino cory cats with my goldfish
  3. hey Guldklumpen, is that zucchini that you are feeding your goldfish in the picture?
  4. I always wanted to breed my teles, but could get them in the mood...lol...you are so lucky. cant wait to see the pics
  5. I am going to make a new video of the fry....only have five remaining of the 13....they are so fun to watch
  6. Tazz Knight


    what kinda filter system are you using?
  7. this is the video from week 3
  8. yeah, I hope so to...so much fun watching nature take its course...hope to read about your adventures next time
  9. Quick update....the three smallest didnt survive...so now I am down to 10...one seems to have a swim bladder disorder....when he eats...he floats to the top..I have video recorded for week 3 and Im going to do a video tonight for week 4...and try to post both videos up tonight or tomorrow morning
  10. I love oranda...Lani looks like my male oranda
  11. Do you have any pictures of your tank? And thank you, OLDFISH...if it wasnt fry, I would definitely give the sand a try...but with them being small....I dont want to get it logged in their lil' mouths
  12. I was just asking about this....the sand that I have is Tahitian Moon, from Super natural Aquarium Gravel. HEre is a link to the product. http://www.caribsea.com/pages/products/super_nat.html It works well in my tropical tank and I don't have issues with it when it comes to gleaning the gravel, but I dunno if its good for goldfish, which is what I am trying to find out before I move my fry to the tank with the sand.
  13. this had been a very interesting thread and I still have not made my final decision as of yet, but the sand that I am planning on using can be seen here, " http://www.caribsea.com/pages/products/super_nat.html " and the kind that is already in the tank I plan on using for my fry when they get an inch long is the "Tahitian Moon" one. Its in a 20 Gallon tank with corys and mollies at the moment. The tank is already cycled and would be an easy transport. But if I need to take the sand out and have a graveless tank then I will...has anyone used Super Naturals Aquarium Gravel before?
  14. I agree with anymitchell, I vote for Oliver He is a handsome goldie....Im jealous...lol...I guess I always want them all when I see a nice one....I vote for Oliver
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