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post #241 of 670 (permalink) Old 09-04-2012, 09:53 PM
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They are about their full mature size now, well most of them are. There are a few that are a little smaller. I think the biggest are 8 or so inches long and the smallest are 4 or 5 inches long.

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oh i thought for some reason like 12in-14/15in was full size for a comet. i don't know much about goldfish though

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I wasn't counting their tail fins.

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OH okay :) i see. they're lovely for sure. i want goldfish someday...

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Pumpkinseeds can get up to 18 inches. I want one.

Olympia, technical term for kok is nuchal hump. :D
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I knew it was some sort of hump. xD Didn't wanna sound dumb so I just said kok. Because that's easy to remember.

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Pumpkinseeds can get up to 18 inches. I want one.
They are beautiful! My favorite of the sunfishes. Almost all of the sunfishes get that big, and some even bigger. There are some dwarves, tho. Great candidate if you want something different in the pond, tho!

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Izzy I'm sure you could have those in your pond. O_O Doesn't it tempt you?

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I'd be worried about the aggression. Sunfish, like cichlids, can get aggressive. Plus. Pumpkinseeds live in my backyard (well that is also where my pond is, but they live in the river behind my house). If I want them, I just go fishing! They are a game fish in my area.

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I want to start a native species tank someday soon. Nothing around here but the sturgeon. Well, probably some small minnows and I think trout. And salmon 'cause there's a hatchery or two.
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