Re: NANFA-- red tail goodeid

Gupp (
Mon, 19 Feb 2001 07:47:31 -0700

I believe that should be an orange tailed goodeid, and Xenotoca eiseni.
I have them also. They eat flake or anything else, seem to get along
with other fish well, breed easily and don't eat their babies. I keep
mine in 2 tanks, a planted 35 gallon tall hex tank, by themselves, and a
50 gallon planted community tank.


Bob Bock wrote:
> Any one know anything about the red tail goodeid, tenotoca eiseni? I picked
> a half dozen up (cheap) at the Potomac Valley Aquarium society yesterday.


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