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Dragon Eye goldfish, a unique variant of Moor fantail goldfish, can bring a colorful and whimsical touch to a coldwater fish tank. With various tail types to choose from, they offer an array of options for enthusiasts. However, it's important to note that Dragon Eyes require experienced care and are not recommended for beginners. In Coburg Aquarium, we stock a variety Live Goldfish and Aquarium Products, your goods will be delivered safely and securely wide in Australia.


Features of Dragon Eye Goldfish:

  • Dragon Eye has a round body and a distinctive wobbling swimming style
  • This fish pretty poor swimmers
  • Average Lifespan : 15 -20 years.


The Best Aquarium Size for Dragon Eye Goldfish:

We recommend to house your fish in a tank at least 70L. 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. The bigger tank is better for the health of your fish.

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Tank Mate Compatibility:

They do very well in groups of the same species. But if you’re planning on creating a community tank, stick with fish that have a similar handicap. Here are some good tank mates to consider:

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Feeding :

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, brine shrimp and Daphnia, or common water fleas. In Coburg Aquarium online, we stock a variety high quality godfish food for your choice.

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Tank Setup:

Aquarium Filtration

A strong filtration system is absolutely necessary. For tanks, a suitable hang-on back or canister filter will do ( We recommend the Fluval Filters, Oase Filters, Eheim Filters and Aqua One Filters ). Make sure the filter matches your tank size.

Light and Substrate:

You can choose to use LED Aquarium lighting in your aquarium if that’s what you prefer. Provide good and fine sand substrate to complete the setup. 

Plants for Goldfish:

Live plants are ideal, Goldfish enjoy to live in a well-planted aquarium. Java moss and any tough Aquantic plants will work well in Goldfish tank. 
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Decorations for Aquarium:

Artificial plants can work well. Additionally, you can also choose to use Aquarium Ornaments such as: Kazoo handmade fish decorations, caves, rocks, and maybe even driftwood will create a fun playground for them to swim around.

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