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Compatible fish with Goldfish

These are fish that I have found safe to keep with goldfish. Now the Oto catfish can be a problem with fish that like to nip on other fish, so if you have a goldfish that likes to nibble on other goldfish dont place into the tank. The other fish here on this page are great in helping keeping algae down in the tank. Dojos dont do much for the algae but like to clean the gunk on the bottom of the tank.


Dojo
Weather Loach
Size
20 cm (7.8inches) Long

Tank Conditions
Temp 18-25C. (64-77F)
PH 6.8 to 7.0


Note: Likes to hide plants and rocks.




Apple Snails
Size
grows over 10cm (4 inch) long.

Tank Conditions
Temp 18 - 28 (65-82).
ph 6.5- 8


Note: Likes to about 2-4" of no water at the
top of the tank for breathing.




Rubbernose
Pleco
Size
10.16cm (4") long.

Tank Conditions
Temp 20 - 23 (68 - 73 F)
PH 6.5-7.5


Note: Likes smooth rocks and wood.






BristleNose
Pleco
Size
10cm-20cm (4"to 8") long.

Tank Conditions
Temp 23-28 C (73-80 F)
PH 7.0 - 7.6


Notes: Likes to have a good hiding spot,
logs and plants.




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