Swordtail with common goldfish in your pond?
A swordtail is a tropical fish and a goldfish is not. The swordtail would need a higher temp. than the goldfish. Depending on where you live it probably wouldn't survive the winter.
Out of all the different varieties of goldfish the top pond goldfish would be the koi, the top goldfish probably of all time would be the common goldfish, and the top fancy goldfish would be the Oranda. The second most common pond goldfish would probably be the Comet, the second for the common varieties of goldfish would be the Fantail, and the second most popular fancy goldfish would be the ryukin. The third most common…
My swoardtail keeps fighting with my goldfish They have always got along but the goldfish lost a few scales because of my sucker's tail now the swoardtail keeps going after it what do I do?
Get a separate tank for the goldfish (or swordtail either or) these fish are naturally not compatible and putting them together endangers the lives and overall well-being of both fish. If you keep them together much longer the goldfish will probably be wounded by the swordtail, get an infection, and die. Hope this helps
Can you put your guppies with your common goldfish in a goldfish pond or will the goldfish eat them because he is so big?
Yes, the rate at which a goldfish grows, and its overall size, is often partially determined by its environment. This is why pond goldfish are considerably larger than aquarium goldfish, and why goldfish that are cramped-up in bowls stay relatively small. If you want your goldfish to grow into large healthy fish you'll buy them a large aquarium or pond to live in.