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Photo Caption: My Late goldfish, my male sword tail constantly harassed him and ripped his fins. I moved him to a hospital tank but it was to late and he got fin rot and i couldn't stop it. The moral of the story, male swordtails don't like fish with long fins
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 30 long with home made slate mountain
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - ryukin goldfish stocking in 30 gallons tank - My Late goldfish, my male sword tail constantly harassed him and ripped his fins. I moved him to a hospital tank but it was to late and he got fin rot and i couldn't stop it. The moral of the story, male swordtails don't like fish with long fins
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - goldfish stocking in 30 gallons tank - My six inch long common goldfish, he is 3-1/2 years old

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Long 30 tank under gravel filter with 2 lifter tubes and 1 power head, fluval 3 plus in tank filter(because under gravel cant keep water clear)
Advice: Don't use a under gravel filter-Activated carbon is not necessary to keep your tank healthy in freshwater applications use only in special situations-like if you spill something in your tank
Fish Kept: 1 Common goldfish approx 6 inches long 1 Zebra Daino 6 Giant Danio 1 Chinese aglae eater
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: two birds with one stone

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