South American Cichlids • Angelfish Breeding

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Re: Angelfish Breeding

Postby SantaMonicaHelp » Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:43 pm

surfthebay wrote:Thanks Kamran for the complement. I have not had any luck with the fry. They are probably being eaten and killed from diseases. Planted tanks are more difficult to clean. I just siphon the top of the sand. It is likely that, diseases are present that can kill fry due to their new immune systems. It is more likely that, the vieja fry ate them. The vieja fry in the tank was patrolling the area this morning. I should remove the vieja, but I have to find a home for it.


Whatever you decide to do, I wish you best of luck. If this works out, be sure to post pics of the fry.

-Kamran
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Re: Angelfish Breeding

Postby surfthebay » Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:10 pm

Wis-Waterboy wrote:That pair is just begging to be put unto their own 29 gal tank so they can raise a batch of babies.

Yes, that is a great idea.
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Andy Magoulick
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