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Milton B wrote at 2012-07-26 14:31:47
i don't know about that answer.i've had my Goby and Bala in the same fresh water 50gl tank for well over a year know.all doing fine.i have 3 bala and 2 goby.only thing i had was that the bala took over the log that the goby hide in.other than that every one is living fine.i also have 2 angel fish whitch are big and 2 gold fish 2 blk mollies in the.all of them i've have over 4yrs.

Shannon garrison wrote at 2013-06-25 04:47:32
I bought our drangon fish at wal mart and we have had our for seven months and is almost full grown  

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I can answer all questions related to freshwater aquariums. Fish care, fish behavior, feeding, and diseases are my specialty. To be specific, I am most familiar (though I am familiar with most species) with Livebearers, Tetras, Barbs, Danios, Loaches, Goldfish, Angelfish (freshwater), Catfish (corydoras, plecos, etc.), Bettas, shrimp, and aquatic snails. I can help out with questions regarding new tank setups, the cycling process (nitrogen cycle), acclimation of fish, and general care. I can also answer questions regarding many species of freshwater plants, including fish compatibility with plants. Additionally, I can lend a hand when it comes to aquarium support equipment questions, such as those regarding filters, heaters, and thermometers. Questions about aquarium water conditioners and products are also accepted. I will try to answer your question to the best of my abilities, and if I do not know an answer, I will do my best to find out. I do not have much experience in saltwater aquariums, advanced breeding techniques, or pressurized CO2 systems, so I cannot answer any such questions. Best wishes, and good luck to your fish!


I have kept freshwater fish tanks for many years, and I am experienced with a variety of different freshwater species and invertebrates, such as Tetras, Barbs, Danios, Livebearers, Goldfish, Bettas, Catfish, Shrimp, and Snails. I am very familiar with aquarium products and equipment. What makes a good home for tropical fish? Well, all tropical fish, like guppies and Bettas, require filters, heaters, and a good-sized tank. Healthy fish should be actively swimming and feeding, with defined fins and clear eyes. Take a random check of some of your fish daily, to make sure they're thriving!

I own a collection of aquarium-related books and magazines, and have read all about, and I am experienced in, many aspects of humane and proper fishkeeping. Through these books and other articles, from reliable internet sources, and from personal experience with fish, I have a thorough knowledge of freshwater aquariums, fish, and freshwater plant species.

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