Names

Discussion in 'Goldfish' started by Olivia67, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

    Name suggestions? I like Sweet Potato for the orange... there's also a grey one and a white one with orange fins. image
     
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  2. Nicoldeme

    NicoldemeValued MemberMember

    Orange: Sweet Potato, Flame, Sunburst, and Fishy 1
    Grey one: Smoky, Cloudy, Storm, Aluminum, and Fishy 2
    Grey and orange: Galaxy, Supernova, Castiel, and Fishy 3
    Beautiful fish, hope you like one of my names!

    P.S. If you name one of your fish Castiel and someone smiles strangely at you, back away slowly and say "It's not what you think it is" :)
     
  3. Plecomaker

    PlecomakerWell Known MemberMember

    is that a shark in there?
     




  4. Platylover

    PlatyloverFishlore VIPMember

    Orange:I really like Sweet Potato, especially if you say it like po-tot-o.
    Grey: Storm, Thunder, Fog,
    White/orange: Comet, Ash, After-Fire, Post Ignem or Ignem, Horizon,
    Welcome to the forum!
    Plecomaker, I think your talking about the goldfish with white and gold fins.:)
     
  5. Aster

    AsterWell Known MemberMember

    I'm not an expert on goldfish by any means but I can tell you from my limited knowledge that common goldies can get over a foot long, need like 40 gallons each, and honestly should be kept in ponds. I hope you have a large enough tank to accommodate them...

    And as @Plecomaker asked, is that a red tailed shark?

    EDIT: Ah, okay, it's not.

    Hmm, names...
    Orange: Sweet Potato is cute :) Tangerine, Sunrise, Sunset
    Grey: Stormie, Rain, Smokescale, Evening
    White-orange: Sunny, Crystal, Splatter
     




  6. Platylover

    PlatyloverFishlore VIPMember

    Just wanted to point out because I see it now, that if you look in the reflection on the bottom of the bag it's a goldfish. But I may be wrong. I was thinking about asking the same thing, what size tank/pond?
    Edit: haha just saw your edit.:p
     
  7. BlackNotebookTanks

    BlackNotebookTanksWell Known MemberMember

    Call them Milfred, Jeremiah and Gubnet!
     
  8. codyrex97

    codyrex97Well Known MemberMember

    Grey: Shadow/Nightmare
    Orange: Sunshine/Sunny
    Grey and orange: Starburst/Nova
     
  9. BlackNotebookTanks

    BlackNotebookTanksWell Known MemberMember

    Ohh ACTUALLY call the grey one Eigengrau! Its the colour of grey that the human eye perceives when there is no optically observable light. And i think that's awesome.
     
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    Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

    Platylover 50 gallon. I just posted the other day I may be getting a 10, but that same day we landed a $50 50, and bought it instantly :)

    We also got a trap door snail :)
     
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  11. Platylover

    PlatyloverFishlore VIPMember

    That's a great steal! I'm defiantly not experienced in goldfish, but I believe it's usually(I believe it's for fancys) 29g and an extra 20g per goldfish, but if you have two in each your set! But I bet TexasDomer will know more.:)
     
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    Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

    Okay. Introducing: Sweet Potato, Nickel, and Comet!!
     
  13. TexasDomer

    TexasDomerFishlore LegendMember

    If they're fancies, 50 gal might be okay for 3. But if they're comets or commons, it's not big enough.
     
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    Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

    Google says 30 for one, and an additional 12 for each other. I'm only 4 gallons shy.
     
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    Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

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  16. codyrex97

    codyrex97Well Known MemberMember

    Pretty goldies!
     
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    Olivia67

    Olivia67Valued MemberMember

    Comet is very unique looking! She was the only one like that out of around 200

    They have 50 gallons to swim in, and they're huddled together towards the corner
     
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  18. TexasDomer

    TexasDomerFishlore LegendMember

    Again, for fancies that will work. But if these are comets or commons, they need much larger.
     
  19. AichmalotizoWell Known MemberMember

    That is specifically for fancy goldfish. Like black moor, lion head, oranda, the short bodied, weird headed ones. Those look like common goldfish, and they need, need a pond. Get about a foot long, and are pooping machines.
     
  20. Five 97

    Five 97Well Known MemberMember

    How about Piglet for the orange one?
    google is not always right.... I agree with the above posts, fancies need 40g min.

    edit: already named.
     




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