12-08-2012, 07:48 AM
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Originally Posted by jentralala
A good rule of thumb is to not put fish into a tank that they cannot inhabit as adults (except in cases of fry), as it can severely damage their growth and their behavior. There is also the possibility of the larger tank not working out, of plans changing. Then you're stuck with fish in a much smaller tank than they should ever be subjected to.
If you're getting a larger tank later, why not just wait until you have it set up and cycled to get the angels, and put fish suited to your tank size in yours? It will be much better all around :)
I agree, none of the fish listed are rare, you will easily be able to get them all if and when you have a tank large enough to support them.
In addition, Angelfish should only be added to an established aquarium and it is best for any other fish in the tank if the Angelfish are added last.