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Topic Started: May 2 2009, 07:04 PM (741 Views)
HotFuzz
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Apple Snail
im not trying to be a pain in the butt...
well as im not a native to north america and im not into goldfish
what if was to keep fish of my native country and needed advice..it could lead to confusion to new fish keepers
i wanted to ask if Gudgeon's could be kept in a tank.. or if theyre better of in the wild
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Kohaku Koi
If it were "fish of your native country" there would be an assortment of kerjumbled posts, and there is a large number of people just keeping North American Natives.
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yep. imagine if the forum was "South American Natives."
we'd have thousands of different fish families...
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May 2 2009, 07:14 PM
yep. imagine if the forum was "South American Natives."
we'd have thousands of different fish families...
Most South American species are tropical, so it's be stupid to include them in this part of the forum
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i mean, we cant have a "native" forum for every country.
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well youve not helped me at all.........all i wanted was some advice and i get two condescending comments
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Kohaku Koi
We'll need to know what kind of gudgeon your talking about.
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i live in england and i know its not a huge fish, and i just wanted to know whether it would be possible to keep them in a tank or not
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Kohaku Koi
I imagine your referring to Gobio gobio, then? They should be fine in an aquarium, but keep in mind that they require a temp of around 2 – 18°C.

Good luck!
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ahh that could prove a problem ... my room temp never drops below 19c and as ive not got a big room and ive only got a 20g tank and in the afternoons in the summer the sun pitches into my bedroom
so then the temp increases somewhat
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