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Mosquito wrigglers will double the growth rate of goldfish fry. Fry under a week old struggle to eat newly hatched wrigglers.
Goldfish Pond UV Sterilizers, sometimes called UV clarifiers are the simple answer to green water in your Goldfish or Koi pond.
About us, who we are and how this website came about.
Fungus Disease (Saprolegnia ferox) is always present in water exposed to air, and is a common goldfish disease. It is caused by injury or poor environment.
Goldfish care is easy, but most goldfish die because their owners make basic mistakes, often thinking they are doing the right thing for their goldfish.
Goldfish diseases are usually caused by poor living conditions. Diseases are easily cured if caught in the early stages.
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Goldfish Ich disease or white spot is one of the easier diseases to diagnose and cure. It is caused by a protozoan parasite that penetrates the skin surface.
A goldfish aquarium setup that has been done correctly will lower how much maintenance it will need. Light sources can be your best friend or worst enemy.
Infusoria cultures can be used to feed goldfish fry for the first two weeks if brine shrimp or mosquito wrigglers aren’t available.