Got 15-18 tiny fry guppies in December. First time keeping guppies. They're grown up now and I have too many males and their numbers are increasing. The boys sometimes fight etc. If you have a good home for them please let me know. I'm in Atlanta but I have shipped fish before and can if absolutely necessary. I have like 4 extra males at least.
They're mixed breed but the boys are lovely with big colorful tails. I haven't posted here in a while but figured to post this just in case. Thanks!
It's been a long time since I had a give-away! This is not exactly fish related, but many of us grow plants (and we all eat) so . . .
I have a variety of Pumpkin and Squash seeds for Free! Save money and grow your own food (and feed some to your goldfish too)! https://kokosgoldfish.invisionzone.com/topic/73026-pumpkins/
I have too many seeds (and not enough space) so I figured I'd share! The seeds are ready for planting this month (or April to May).
To claim seeds you must:
* Be a KokosGoldfish Member.
* Reply to this thread requesting the seeds you want.
* Private Message me with your shipping address (I'll cover shipping).
Pick up to 4 seed packs from the list below:
Squash - Butternut
Squash - Acorn
Pumpkin - Sugar Pie
Pumpkin - Luxury Pie
Pumpkin - Jack-O'-Lantern (yes, it's edible!)
Pumpkin - Seminole
Pumpkin - Porcelain Doll
Pumpkin - Jarrahdale
Pumpkin - Valenciano
This photo shows some of the pumpkins I harvested seed from!
Message me and I'll cover the postage! Get your seeds now!
I thought you'd like to see this goldfish light that I seen on Ebay today. It can change to 7 different colors.It's pretty cool, I might just buy one
I have 5 Anubias to trade. They are medium/small, but will get bigger.
I'm open to trade offers, not looking for anything specific. But I'd trade for: Driftwood, Unwanted Tropical Fish, Unwanted Fish Food, Filter Floss, Aquascaping Rocks, a Fish Net, etc.
Be sure to check out my FLAWLESS reviews (going way back to 2011 https://www.kokosgoldfish.invisionzone.com/topic/94469-positive-review-of-acro/#comments ) then . . .
Message me to make a trade NOW!
This is a 8 x 10 Canvas Acrylic pour. It has Purples and white with a hint of green. It has a clear coat on it so it won't fade. $40
All of the money that I make from the paintings goes back into the forum.
Shipping in the USA USPS Priority. $16.00 Every where else we can talk about the shipping.
I haven't figured out outside of North America yet.
If you have any Questions please comment here or pm me.
Guidelines are recommendations by experienced goldfish keepers for those of lesser (or no) experience. They are not the only way of keeping goldfish, or even the best, but are our compromise between ideal conditions for goldfish and the space, time, and money limitations of the goldfish hobbyist. Koko’s guidelines are continually reviewed and updated as needed by the moderating team as we gain new information from research and experience.
Your tank should be large enough to provide at least 20 gallons (76 liters) for each goldfish. This is true for both long-bodied and fancy goldfish. While baby goldfish can do well in a smaller tank short term, they grow very fast, so we recommend starting them in their grown-up tank. If you provide less than 20 gallons per adult fish, you should increase the amount of water changed to maintain water quality.
The ideal tank for goldfish is shallow with a large surface area. Tall tanks should be avoided if possible. If you have a shallow tank or a tall one, use the surface area to determine stocking level -- 2 square feet of surface area per goldfish. We recommend the 40B (40 gallon breeder) for two goldfish since it meets both criteria -- 20 gallons per fish and 2.25 square feet per fish.
The most common filters for goldfish tanks are HOBs (hang on the back) or canisters. We recommend a HOB filter be rated by the manufacturer as turning over at least 10 times the tank volume per hour. Thus a HOB filter for a 20 gallon (76L) tank should turn over at least 200 gph (760 lph). If one has multiple HOBs the turnover rates should add up to at least 10x the tank volume per hour.
Canisters have more filter volume, and we recommend they turn over at least 5-7 times the tank volume per hour.
We do not recommend internal filters for goldfish.
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