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Thread: My ranchu

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    My ranchu

    This is carrots! My new ranchu for the 40 gallon. I got him a week and a half ago. I originally bought an oranda too, but it ended up with dropsy. I treated for bacterial with no success, and I couldnít get any praziquantel (parasite med that kills dropsy causing parasites) in time because of COVID-19, he got bad enough to the point where his kidneys obviously werenít functioning, so I had to euthanize him. Luckily, the little ranchu is doing great! I gave him a round of parasite meds as a precautionary quarantine measure. I am trying to come up with stocking ideas. Eventually, Iíll get another one so he has friend, but Iím waiting a bit till this whole pandemic dies down and everything. Iím also thinking about a few hillstream loaches or weather loaches for the tank. Looking for ideas!

    This is the little ranchu. Heís sooo cute! I call him carrots.


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    Re: My ranchu

    Lovely photos. I am sure that you will take great care of him. When the Covid crisis is over (when will that be?!), I think a friend for him would be a good idea - as you said.

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    Re: My ranchu

    Yes, once things settle down a little I really want to get him a buddy. I’m still considering a bottom dweller, but I’m unsure. I was thinking about a school of dojo loaches or hillstreams, but I’m a little afraid of overstocking (since the goldies will get 6-8 inches and make quite a bit of waste). I’m not gonna worry to much about that right now though. I really want to change the scape up a little and get it a lot more heavily planted. So far the little ranchu hasn’t cared about the plants (he hasn’t even bothered the hornwort), so I wanna make it really heavily planted, maybe make some java moss trees once the java moss grows out.

 

 

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