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46's avatar pedroman
#1 Posted 30 May 2008, 8:37 am
hi, ive just upgraded to a 2 foot tank thats higher by about 7inch than the usual 2 foot tank and want to know if i can keep 2 shubinkins, 4 comets a redcap and a black moor together. ive kept the ammonia in mind and have quite strong filtration but i'm still worried that there will be to much ammonia.[just worried cause goldfish giveout a fair bit of ammoia].
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22's avatar mickey
#2 Posted 30 May 2008, 9:35 am
whats the water volume of your tank.
Bear in mind with tanks running less than 6 months 1" adult size per gallon
tanks running over 6 months 2" adult size per gallon.

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46's avatar pedroman
#3 Posted 30 May 2008, 12:19 pm
there's definetely enough space it's [15 gallons] i think. also wonderin if they'll go together. also if anyone has anything they'd like to say let me know.p.s thx for the repley mickey
1's avatar jan
#4 Posted 30 May 2008, 9:10 pm
Yeah, they should be peaceful towards each other, but you really need a big tank for such number of fish. Each such fish can grow up to 20 cm, maybe more (I don't know exactly, fix me if I am wrong Shy ).... So 7 goldfish kept together, this needs 250 litres at least, preferably 500+.
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46's avatar pedroman
#5 Posted 30 May 2008, 11:31 pm
yeah i suppose it would be bit crowded though the fish i'm getting are only very small [1-2 inch] and by the time they get to 4 inch i'll probably have a pond or much larger tank to put them in.

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