Photo #1 - My Orange Veiltail Goldfish, Hugo, He's Pret...

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Photo Caption: My orange veiltail goldfish, Hugo, he's pretty, isn't he :) Note that the plants are not jet eaten in this picture, though it was taken only a few days before the full tank shot was taken.
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - red ryukin goldfish stocking in 29 gallons tank - My orange veiltail goldfish, Hugo, he's pretty, isn't he :) Note that the plants are not jet eaten in this picture, though it was taken only a few days before the full tank shot was taken.
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is what my tank looked like in january 2008, after my fish had eaten most of the newly added plants. I'm trying to get the remainign plants to grow, it's not really working though.

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Country: Netherlands
Description: 110 liter planted freshwater goldfish tank, eheim classic 2215 external filter, home-made device to add CO2 to the water.
Advice: Trying to keep goldfish in a planted tank can, and will, be very, very frustrating. It takes a lot of time, and patience to make anything green grow in a goldfish tank. But, it's worth it :)
Fish Kept: 2 goldfish, orange veiltails
Corals/Plants: Anibias nana, Valisnera americana, Egeria densa, Hygrophila difformis and Hygrophila polysperma and some traces of Vesicularia dubyana.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Chuck Norris can kill to stones with one bird.
About Yourself: Something about me... well, I'm a chemistry student and I live in the Netherlands, and my hobby is, obviously, keeping goldfish :)

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