Comet Golden

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Comet Golden

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Description

Despite having the common name of Goldfish, most Goldfish tend to be orange-red rather than golden! The Golden Comet is one of the few varieties available that is a rich golden colour and it makes a great contrast to the other commonly kept Goldfish colour combinations. Suit for both indoors and outdoors. Ideal aquarium fish for beginners.


Features of Comet:

  • Comet have a singular forked tail with two tips
  • Long back and sleek body designed for fast swimming
  • Comets have much larger, showier fins. A comet’s tail is usually the same length as its body


The Best Aquarium Size for Comet:

A mature Comet require a standard rectangular tank of at least 100L. You can also start with a 50L tank for a juvenile. Keep in mind that tank size can vary greatly depending on how big or small the goldfish is and how many you plan to stock in the tank. After an Aquarium for your fish? Browse Aquarium Tank Selection here.


Tank Mate Compatibility:

Comet are very peaceful community dwellers. They are schooling fish, it’s best to have at least two. They are easily consumed by bigger fish, which view them as prey. Great tank mates include:

Coburg Aquarium, specialised in different species of live fish.


Comet Feeding :

Packed food like Nutrafin Max Goldfish Sinking Pellets, Vitalis Goldfish Pellets, Fluval Bug Bites Goldfish can give the variety omnivorous fish need. Live insects that sink to the bottom are also good, as are live or frozen goldfish food, and brine shrimp. In Coburg Aquarium online, we stock a variety high quality goldfish food for your choice.

Search Goldfish food in our High Quality Fish Foods collections.


Comet Tank Setup:

Aquarium Filtration

Comet produce a lot of waste. A strong filtration system is absolutely necessary. For tanks, a suitable hang-on back or canister filter will do ( We recommend the Fluval Filters ).Make sure the filter matches your tank size.

Plants for Comet Goldfish

Plants are beneficial in helping to maintain good water quality and adding enrichment to a fish’s diet. Goldfish will eat several types of plants. If you do get plants, Annubus varieties are the best.

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Decorations for Comet Goldfish

Ideal Ornaments for your Goldfish tank:

After more nice quality decorations? Check our Aquarium Ornaments.

Lighting

Install a safe aquarium lighting system inside so that you can keep an eye on the fancy goldfish when cleaning their messy and feeding them.

Substrate

Sand is the recommended substrate for Comet Goldfish.

A variety of Substrates are available at Upmarket Aquarium.