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dhritiman 06-23-2007 10:26 AM

105litre Gold fish community Tank
 
Here is a photo of my community aquarium...........
http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/7e542145e9.jpg
Sorry for blur image :(
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mHeinitz57 06-23-2007 10:38 AM

personally, it is WAY overstocked. 105 liters is about 28 gallons and from what I can see, you have goldfish in there that will grow 5-9 inches, possibly more. Looks like you have about 13 goldfish in there, but its hard to count some of em. To house all these fish in ideal conditions, you should get at least a 500 liter tank with sufficient filtration. The size they are at right now though, it is still overstocked for that tank. Correct me if i'm wrong but it appears there is a pangasius catfish in the foreground. This is a tropical fish that should be in warmer water...but the goldfish should be in colder water. Sorry to be critical but I would consider bringing some fish back including the pangasius (which can grow 12"+) or get a larger tank so you don't stunt the growth of these beautiful fish.

frogman6 06-23-2007 11:33 AM

hey way overstocked wat are thinkin not to mention the shark and all the ammonia that must be in there

willow 06-23-2007 11:41 AM

hi
i think it would look lovely if you took the shark back,
and reduced the gold fish population.

Rue 06-23-2007 05:28 PM

*ACK* :shock:

Goldfish need huge water volumes to thrive.

Recommendations for fancies are 10-20 gallons for the first goldfish and another 10 gallons per additional goldfish...so you'd be maxed out with 3 in a 28 gallon tank.

The tank is too small for your shark under any circumstances.

dhritiman 06-24-2007 05:23 AM

Actually this pic is much old. Now this aquarium is a marine aquarium.

willow 06-24-2007 05:32 AM

Hi
have you got an updated tank shot of how it looks now,
that would be nice to see.
What did you do with those fish then.?

mHeinitz57 06-24-2007 10:43 AM

lol, so why did you post it yesterday?

dhritiman 06-24-2007 11:08 AM

I just found that Pic in one of my old CDs.I thought I would post it.

But now it is.......
http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/2f9be417c6.jpg
I will be moving this Thread fin Butterfly to a larger tank recently.....

But how it looks now.....??
I know that it is not so good but still........
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