thanks for the welcomes! I don't have that many anymore just one forty gallon consisting of the remains opf three separate tanks: the 40 gallon Goldfish
tank, the 29 gallon tropical tank, and a ten gallon betta tank. The betta actually has a two gallon so technically I have two.
The 40 gallon has:
one 6-7 year old calico ranchu Goldfish
, Vishnu. This is my baby who has been with me for the longest.
one 2 year old calico ryunkin Goldfish
, Kama. I used to work at a petstore and some people had put her in with tinfoil barbs who ate out her eyes. My manager was going to euthanize her so I brought her home.
one 1 year old orange fantail Goldfish
, Radi. My friend moved out of town so I adopted his fish.
one 5 year old Dwarf Neon Rainbowfish
. His last friend passed away last year and I can't find any more.
one 5 year old male albino bristlenosed Plecostomus, Ludwig. His mate Luna passed away when their offspring were a few months old.
12 baby albino bristlenosed Plecostomus. Most of the babies have gone to the pet store but I am keeping a few to grow out. I will end up keeping a couple and sell the rest.
One 4 year old clown Plecostomus, Wolfgang. Probably a female, she's very fat.
5 black kuhli loaches, 2 are 5 years, 3 are 2 years.
I know this sounds like a ton of fish for my tank but it isn't too bad. My biggest Goldie is only 4 inches, and the baby plecos are pretty small. I also do large weekly water changes so my parameters are fine. I'd eventually like to get down to just 3 bristlenose plecs and the clown and get some more Dwarf Rainbowfish for my old man. I just can't seem to find any in town.