- What is a red-tail catfish?
- How do I get my tropical fish to settle into a tank?
- Can a Betta live with a Cory’s?
- Do Corydoras attackbettas?
- Are long-finned bettas good tank mates?
- What are the different types of outdoor ponds?
- How many fish can you keep in a small pond?
- What kind of fish can live in a tank with sharks?
- How many fish can a pond sustain?
- How many koi can a pond hold?
- How many fish per gallon?
- How many fish in a 10 x 15 pond?
- How big of a pond do koi fish need?
- What happens if you put too many fish in a pond?
- How many bass can you get from a 1 acre pond?
- What is an ecologically balanced koi pond?
- How deep do fish ponds need to be?
- How many goldfish can you put in a 2000 gallon pond?
- How many fish can you have in an aquarium?
- How many fish for a gallon of water?
- How do you calculate the volume of a 10×15 pond?
- How deep is the bottom of a fish pond?
- How to calculate the size of a fish pond?

### What is a red-tail catfish?

The red-tail catfish, scientifically known as Phractocephalus hemioliopterus is a beautiful fish that is found in countries like Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil. In Venezuela, it is known as cajaro, and in Brazil, it is known as pirarara, and there is an Asian red-tail catfish as well, which is mainly found in Thailand.

### How do I get my tropical fish to settle into a tank?

Showing a care in your tropical fish and their well-being will help you notice behavior changes quicker. Sometimes simple fixes like adding a larger wall-like structure in the tank can help create ease in territory seeking fish. A bigger tank can be a good help, or even having a group of fish of the same species to keep each other in check.

### Can a Betta live with a Cory’s?

If you know that your betta has an aggressive temperament there’s no fish that can live with him. However, if your betta is peaceful then here’s everything you need to know to keep cory’s with bettas.

### Do Corydoras attackbettas?

Corydoras’ are bottom dwellers whereas bettas like to stay near the top and middle of your tank. So you don’t have to worry too much about your betta attacking your corydoras’, because the chances are he won’t feel threatened by them.

### Are long-finned bettas good tank mates?

Long-finned species are not recommended as they will easily be mistaken for another male fighting fish and will likely be killed. Any small shoaling fish which are not brightly colored would make great tank mates for male Bettas, here is a list of fish that meet these criteria:

### What are the different types of outdoor ponds?

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### How many fish can you keep in a small pond?

In general, to keep eight healthy fish the pond should have the right filtration and be no less than 3 metres long, 1 to 2 metres wide and at least a metre deep.

### What kind of fish can live in a tank with sharks?

Some of them, like bala sharks and roseline sharks, are peaceful schooling or shoaling fish that actively swim in the midwater of the fish tank. Other species, like the red tailed sharks and harlequin sharks, are very territorial and will do much better if they are the only sharks in the tank.

### How many fish can a pond sustain?

Here are some basic rules determining how many fish your pond can sustain: 1 Rule 1: one 6″ fish for every hundred gallons of water 2 Rule 2: 1″ of fish per 10 gallons of water 3 Rule 3: 1” of fish for every square foot of surface area (24” deep pond)

### How many koi can a pond hold?

A second rule is to have 1 square foot of surface area per inch of fish and 10 square feet of surface area for 1 koi. So, as an example, if you have a pond that has a capacity of 2000 gallons, you can hold 57 inches of koi fish (5 domestic koi fish) and 100 inches of goldfish (25 common goldfish).

### How many fish per gallon?

Number Of Fish Per Gallon. Here are some basic rules determining how many fish your pond can sustain: Rule 1: one 6″ fish for every hundred gallons of water Rule 2: 1″ of fish per 10 gallons of water Rule 3: 1” of fish for every square foot of surface area (24” deep pond) Overfilling your pond with fish puts them at risk for health problems.

### How many fish in a 10 x 15 pond?

So the true volume of our 10’ x 15’ pond is about 1,266 gallons. Rule 3: 112.5 inches of fish (using the length x width x .75)

### How big of a pond do koi fish need?

It is recommended that you don’t stock koi larger than 10 inches in a small pond. If you want to stock large adult size koi, our pond depth should be at least 3 feet. You can buy small koi fish on amazon or PetSmart cheap. As koi grow quickly, you may need to transfer them to a larger size pond within a year.

### What happens if you put too many fish in a pond?

Too many fish per gallon can overload the pond with ammonia and make your fish sick. Crowding fish can make them uncomfortable because they won’t have any room to grow or swim! It would be like getting into a crowded elevator and needing to stretch your legs. They also may breed and cause the pond to become overfull.

### How many bass can you get from a 1 acre pond?

Figuring amount of bass harvest for a fertilized 1 acre pond To harvest 35 pounds per acre per year you need to remove 39 bass per acre per year (35 pounds divided by 0.90 pounds per bass = 39 bass). Likewise, how many fish can you have in a 1/4 acre pond?

### What is an ecologically balanced koi pond?

An ecologically balanced koi pond is one where the pond nutrients are kept in check, aeration levels are constant, and the fish are relatively stress-free. This balance is largely dependent on the density or the number of koi relative to the pond’s water volume and capacity to “cleanse” itself.

### How deep do fish ponds need to be?

Fish need space to swim, so deeper is better. Koi ponds should be at least 4 feet deep. The shallowest area or pond shelf needs to have water 2 feet deep. Goldfish ponds must be at least 2 feet deep if they have no air pump. If you have a pump, you can have a pond depth of 1.5 feet deep.

### How many goldfish can you put in a 2000 gallon pond?

A second rule is to have 1 square foot of surface area per inch of fish and 10 square feet of surface area for 1 koi. So, as an example, if you have a pond that has a capacity of 2000 gallons, you can hold 57 inches of koi fish (5 domestic koi fish) and 100 inches of goldfish (25 common goldfish). Click to see full answer.

### How many fish can you have in an aquarium?

“You can have 1” of fish for every gallon of water.” Well, that’s great if you have a ten-gallon aquarium with 10 neon tetras and that’s great if you have a ten-gallon pond with ten mosquito fish. Not a good rule of thumb if you have a sixty-gallon aquarium with two 30” Koi!

### How many fish for a gallon of water?

I hear this DANGEROUS old RULE OF THUMB from the aquarium hobby brought over to the pond world on occasion. “You can have 1” of fish for every gallon of water.” Well, that’s great if you have a ten-gallon aquarium with 10 neon tetras and that’s great if you have a ten-gallon pond with ten mosquito fish.

### How do you calculate the volume of a 10×15 pond?

Calculating the water volume: 10′ (length) x 15′ (width) x 1.5′ (av. depth) x 7.5 (gal/cu ft) = 1,687.5 gallons. Multiply that by .75 (since the pond isn’t exactly rectangular and has rock and gravel which accounts for some volume). So the true volume of our 10’ x 15’ pond is about 1,266 gallons.

### How deep is the bottom of a fish pond?

Imagine my fish pond measures 10 feet in length, 12 feet in width and the bottom of the fish pond is at a constant depth of 5 feet. Now, let’s imagine that we have an irregular pond shape.

### How to calculate the size of a fish pond?

Imagine my fish pond measures 10 feet in length, 12 feet in width and the bottom of the fish pond is at a constant depth of 5 feet. Now, let’s imagine that we have an irregular pond shape. The maximum width is 17 feet, and the maximum length is 12 feet. Note, to calculate a reduction of 15%, simply multiply by 0.85.