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2 year old black moor

Discussion in 'Goldfish Judging' started by JoeyMintPepper, May 24, 2015.

  1. JoeyMintPepper

    JoeyMintPepper Goldfish Enthusiast

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    Hiya, I would appreciate if you could judge my black moor. He is very big, bigger than an average size hand! He is in a hosptal tank at the moment, he has a tiny spot of fungus... :(
    please note, his fins are a bit ripped, he put up a battle in catching him and putting him in the hospital tank, which led to his getting caught on tank ornaments,,, silly boy!
     

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  2. JoeyMintPepper

    JoeyMintPepper Goldfish Enthusiast

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  3. JoeyMintPepper

    JoeyMintPepper Goldfish Enthusiast

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    Just some more pictures
     

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  4. joe

    joe Well-Known Member

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    I really like your fish, it appears very healthy and is retaining it's black color. Beautiful long fins
     
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  5. Fishheadz

    Fishheadz Well-Known Member

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    Nice looking fish, though perhaps you're the silly boy for having such ornaments in the tank.
     
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  6. JoeyMintPepper

    JoeyMintPepper Goldfish Enthusiast

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    Thank you! Lovely to know!
     
  7. JoeyMintPepper

    JoeyMintPepper Goldfish Enthusiast

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    Thanks. I dont get what you mean fishheadz. By I am the silly boy. (I am a female BTW)
     
  8. Fishheadz

    Fishheadz Well-Known Member

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    what I mean is, perhaps you are the one that is silly, for putting ornaments in your aquarium that have the potential to harm your fish.
     
  9. goldfinger

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    I think its a balance of make something look good, but trying to work out what personalities of stock how they move when feeding or when light are out.
    I had three large bogwoods that have pointed ends one black moor caught himself on a sharp point all I did was turn it upside down and he never caught himself again after that.
    I find it very hard to hardscape and trying to watch out what could be bad for your fish.
    I think buying a soft net will help any accidents I've droped my fish when using my hands they are slimey!
     

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