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Chinese Hillstream Loach and Goldfish OK?
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littlelasgirl
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Joined: 01 Jan 2005
Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

PostPosted: 2005.06.12(Sun)2:22    Post subject: Chinese Hillstream Loach and Goldfish OK? Reply with quote

My mother works in a school which has a 66gal tank. At the moment there are two goldfish (which are about 15cms long). I have a Chinese Hillstream Loach in my tropical tank and since I got it, I have read they actually prefer colder temps. Mine was in a tropical tank at the LFS and has been in mine for a few months now. It has grown a little and is quite active. Should I move him to the 66gal goldfish tank?
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SLACkra
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Joined: 06 Feb 2003
Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia

PostPosted: 2005.06.12(Sun)6:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

forgot to ask you last time we were chatting on msn, what temp is the tank at the school? if a small heater could be stuck onto it to keep the temp around 18'C-22'C then ya they are compatable. just make sure they add some food for it. zukini cucumber ect.

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