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  1. Default 75 gallon with Fancy goldfish


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    with setting up and expanding my community to 75. I will have the spare and want big fancy goldfish. Will 4 fit into my tank, I forgot the exact names of the fish, i will go look them up. for filtration i will have 2 spare Emperor 400s and a humongous sponge filter. Is that good filtration


  2. Default


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    hey stock is 1x veiltail and 3x Ryukins


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    i have 2 blackmoor, body lengths are, 8 and 6.5 inches, the big one weighs about 1 pound, there is a red oranda, 5 inches and 6 bristol blue shubunkin approx 5 inches each, the shubs will be going to the pond next year but they are quite happy in the tank at the moment, all measurements are without the tails, readings are good and 30 to 50% water changes each week so your stock should be ok for a long while

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    Quote Originally Posted by shubunkin
    i have 2 blackmoor, body lengths are, 8 and 6.5 inches, the big one weighs about 1 pound, there is a red oranda, 5 inches and 6 bristol blue shubunkin approx 5 inches each, the shubs will be going to the pond next year but they are quite happy in the tank at the moment, all measurements are without the tails, readings are good and 30 to 50% water changes each week so your stock should be ok for a long while
    sorry, tank holds 55 gallons

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