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JustRachel

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About JustRachel

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    Female
  • Age
    23??
  • Location
    Planet Earth.
  • Referred By
    Tithra
  • How many Goldfish
    23!!!

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  1. The parents are gorgeous! I had a fry go dark like that and both parents are metallic. He lightened up afterwards
  2. Good luck! I *think* it's similar dimensions to mine. Mine's a bit longer but also has shelves and about the same width and depth. Mine's over 100 gallons but Sharon's probably right for this one. I'd just stock it lightly if you're unsure
  3. I'm not sure if anyone has made a thread on this before, but here goes. When making covers, please be aware of the safety of wildlife. This morning I found a dead hedgehog in my pond. I wasn't sure how he'd managed to climb in since this pond is partially above ground, but he'd done it. It was sad as I often see him around my patio looking for food. The cover on the pond had broken at the edge, and he'd fallen in. If I had made a stronger cover, this wouldn't have happened. It's very disheartening. Some animals are good swimmer, but will give up if they cannot escape due to steep sides. Thanks for looking.
  4. I've been wondering about those actually
  5. You could try here I've had good luck with them!
  6. My oldest are my shubunkin and my telescope, bought the same day (originally belonged to my mother) and are 12 later this year
  7. Depends on my shift. But, usually: 5amish - feed all tanks I throw something like spinach or seaweed in before I leave for work. 4pm(ish) fry and QT waterchanges fed again somewhere between 4-10 midnight(ish) - lights out Sometimes they're guilt fed at lunch time by my best friend who basically lives with me
  8. They're being starved! On a serious note, I looove your tank and fish!
  9. I think really you need to experiment with different foods. Different fish react differently, some foods will cause bloating and swim bladder issues whereas another brand won't. I don't know a tonne about foods available in the US but so far recommended I've seen: NLS Thera A + A Saki Hikari Hikari Lionhead Repashy Super Green/ Soilent Green Homemade gel food There are many more, but my brain's not working. For frozen foods, mine enjoy bloodworms and daphnia. They love live daphnia, too. I feed algae wafers, red lettuce, courgette, spinach, kale, peas, nori etc depending what's in the house at the time. You can feed fruit very occasionally (high in sugar, so not often). Mine love watermelon.
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