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post #11 of 11 Old 11-24-2009, 05:41 PM
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I wasnt hesitant to post anything here concerning angel breeding, because i dont consider myself an angel expert, since i recently acquired mine less than 6 months ago, but i can say, everything Byron has stated has also been my short time experience............I traded some shrimp for 6 Neon Blue Angels and put them in a 37 gallon hex tank, hoping to get a breeding pair, and low and behold i ended up with a pair.....Removed the other 4 to another tank and next thing i know i had eggs layed and fertilized........Parents slowly ate them and onyl 2 or 3 hatched, they didnt last a day.........The next spawn, was a little better, they allowed all the eggs to go to free swimmers, only to eat them all as soon as they could...........I'm hoping the next eggs are laid on something i can remove and i will try hatching them free from the parents in a smaller tank or breeding net in the same tank...............I'm gonna keep trying to get a successful spawn, and hopefully the paired fish learn how to become better parents...........
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