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  1. Beautiful and cute goldfish. Does Eyeris feel lonely in there ?

    Is moss ball safe with goldies ?

    She seems to be happy as a clam! She is to busy looking for food! :rofl

    I have had two goldies before and there was always food aggression. I hated it. :(

    Eyeris eats so slow. She knows where to find her food. I feed her in the same spot each time but she can take her time and I know she is getting enough.

    She tried the Marimo Ball a couple of times but didn't pursue it after that. Not to her taste I guess.

    She would rather just order him around. :rofl

    When I got her she was in a tank by herself. It was the Java Moss tank. It was full of the moss. There was absolutely nowhere for her to swim.

    She was returned because she was sold as a Panda then changed to orange. I guess the Java Moss tank was the only place they had to put her.

    She was also pretty floaty.

    So now with room to swim and being able to get to the bottom it is just forage, forage, forage all the live long day. I really think she is just to darn busy to be lonely. :rofl

    Side note on the Marimo. If I see she is starting to eat it I will take it out. I have had it for over a year and a half. It is the last of three. My other goldfish devoured the other two. :tomuch:

    Glad that she is doing good now. :D


  2. Your tank and fish are beautiful! What brand is the sand that you used? I'm looking to upgrade to a bigger tank soon and would like to replace my crushed coral with sand.

    You fish are so cute and wiggly! I love the yellow, orange, white oranda. The sand looks great!

    Thank you guys. It is JBL Sansibar Black sand, it is very fine sand but should take lots of time to clean and it looks beautiful. You can check it out at this website: http://www.amazon.co.uk/JBL-Sansibar-BLACK-10kg/dp/B007FKK8VO

    Their official website is on maintenance so I give u this site instead.

    I was looking to see if that brand is sold in the US, but I was having a hard time finding it. However, I did find Tahitian Moon Sand. http://www.amazon.com/Carib-Sea-ACS00821-Tahitian-Aquarium/dp/B007R55QUU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1400951284&sr=8-1&keywords=Tahitian+Moon+Sand

    It looks similar to the sand in your tank and I've read a few good things about it. Here's a video of it in someone's goldfish tank:

    It looks like they love it! I might get it for my new tank. :)

    Yes I heard that Tahoti Moon Sand is really good sand too, but it is a little bit darker than JBL Sansibar, if you want a lighter look you could search for Seachem Onyx it is a type of sand but has nutrition for plants too, however from some forums I heard that Seachem Onyx is a little bit sharp but it is not confirmed yet.

    The jbl website is finally accessible: http://www.jbl.de/en/aquatics-freshwater-products/group/3397/substrate


  3. Your tank and fish are beautiful! What brand is the sand that you used? I'm looking to upgrade to a bigger tank soon and would like to replace my crushed coral with sand.

    You fish are so cute and wiggly! I love the yellow, orange, white oranda. The sand looks great!

    Thank you guys. It is JBL Sansibar Black sand, it is very fine sand but should take lots of time to clean and it looks beautiful. You can check it out at this website: http://www.amazon.co.uk/JBL-Sansibar-BLACK-10kg/dp/B007FKK8VO

    Their official website is on maintenance so I give u this site instead.


  4. I know. I hope they start to look a little stronger soon. I am in a panic that I am going to kill them all :scared

    Don't worry Jay, you can do it. Even though I don't have ay experience in keeping fry but I think you just need to avoid putting anything that can harm them in the tank, water quality and food and environment condition and that should be ok. Best of luck


  5. I searched all the forums on here for "buygoldfishonline.com" and searched through almost all of the post through out the years. I saw a lot of positive feedback from my understanding. :) Also, I really do wish we had a nice pet store around here. Sadly no one really gets into the hobby of fish keeping around here. The ones that do get into the hobby like cichlids for the most part. I've seen videos of the fish stores in Vietnam and there's so many fish to choose from! Wish I could visit the shops. :D

    Yah, but all the beautiful and healthy 1st rank goldies are mainly imported from China and Thailand so the price is a little bit high. But some fish farms have been established, I hope that the local sources would be cheaper. :3

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