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Pranay mohanty - 2012-04-04
Gold Datnoid can live to gather with goldenfish.

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  • Jeremy Roche - 2012-04-04
    Gold fish produce a lot of ammonia into the water and can sometimes aggressive. Monitor water conditions and behavior.
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kered - 2012-07-11
Hi I have a 3 inch Dat that eats (peas)? When I feed them to my cichlids is this usual?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-07-13
    No.  He doesn't know they are for the cichlids and they are quite edible.
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Werner - 2012-07-08
The Mono Angelfish is a brackish fish, but I can proudly say I have 4 of them in a normal freshwater aquarium and they are doing great.

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Patti Jo - 2008-03-29
I just acquired 4 humpheads about a week ago. They are not only very hardy, but prehistorically beautiful! I love these fish!

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edmundlkm - 2007-10-25
The Humpback is very beautiful!
It's a unique glass fish with
scales than shine like a rainbow.

Regards
Edmund Loke/Singapore

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samiran roy,india - 2011-12-16
I was thinking that where could I find the most cheap Datnoid.Yesterday,when I visited a nearby market,and in the market there is a place where thy sell aquarium fishes at cheap rate.I decided to have a look in there and I saw a pair of datnoids. I then asked the seller that how much was the just for the sake of curiosity. They were about 3 inches long. The seller said they were 300rs for a pair. I then bought the two fishes and I have identified them as gold datnoids. I have heard that datnoids go at very high rates,but this is the most cheapest datnoid I have ever seen.

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  • hemanth rancho - 2012-05-30
    Can you pls pls tell me where in India you get datnoids for that price?
    Can you pls give me complete address and phone number?
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Val Durio - 2011-06-23
I have been into dats since the early 80's. I raised 2 in a 240 gal. plexiglass tank to what I think was max. I lost them due to a mistake of adding a friends peacok bass which was sick. Over the years I've had different kinds of dats but not the true 4 wide bar Indos. I recently found 4 true Indos which I traded everything in my 125 gal glass show tank. It's fun watching them during feeding. I can't wait till they get large. I feed them only frozen foods, blood worms, brian shrimp and when they get larger, silversides.

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  • Laura Exercise\r\n - 2011-08-16
    This is exactly what im searching for, much appreciated!
  • lori - 2011-09-02
    What area are you in? I am trying to find a good home for my 8 inch gold tiger day
    It's got perfect bars. I am asking $120 obo
  • Val - 2011-09-30
    I'm in the bay area near Sacramento. I recently picked up two more gold tigers. there all about 3.5 to 4 inches now they are growing faster than I expected. I took all the gravel out and they are starting to show there true colors. they really like frozen krill. Sorry I cant put any more fish in the tank. one thing I have to consider is as they get larger they eat more and that means more $$$$$$
  • Alex Burleson - 2011-09-30
    While that is an upsetting loss, the new Indos you have now must surely be, an exciting addition to your home! Feeding fish such as Datnoids can be a very exciting experience as well!
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Doreen - 2009-05-04
I have three mono`s that are the size of a dinner plate. I have had them for 11 years, and they have lived in a freshwater tank since I got them at about 1 in. They also had three angel fish, and three silver dollars. all pretty big fish now. I just noticed that the monos are killing the other fish that they have lived with all these years. Does anyone know why? Are they getting to breeding size? Should I put them in a saltwater tank? They have been in a 125 tank. HELP""""""

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  • Terry - 2011-02-09
    Doreen--Seems obvious but big fish=big appetite. Larger tank and no smaller fish with them or take them to a fish store that may give you some credit. Any fish that eats my fish is going away. Might consider fillets and invite friends over for a nice fish dinner. Good luck.
  • conor - 2011-12-28
    I have two silver mono and I have two large angelfish and I was wondering weather they could be housed in the same aquarium . ?
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ALAICA - 2008-06-11
The mono is a great looking fish and they are full saltwater aquarium fish as they mature. I have one in my reef tank. I had 2 but they are very nippy as an adult and it killed the other one that I had. I have not been able to add more since then, he kills them all. He actually hunts them down and attacks them. But none the less, they are very attractive saltwater aquarium fish. They seem to retain the yellow coloration in their fins better in saltwtaer.

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  • Margaret Watch\r\n - 2011-07-18
    This piece of info is very useful for me, thank you!
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ANDY - 2011-08-17
i have breed about 80s mono

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