06-27-2007, 12:27 AM
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Re: Angel in a 20 gallon
I prefer the 20 minimum for a breeding pair only. If you want a single angel, you can try with a 20 tall but this will limit your stocking plans as angels grow far too big for small tanks. A bare minimum height of 18 inches is required. Their ventral and dorsal fins and body diameter of mostly 6 inches should be given consideration.
Originally Posted by Firebelly girrl
What are your guys opinions on a single angel in a 20 gallon? I've been reading around, some say minimum 20 for a pair (and i would only get one) and some say minimum 40.
Platy babies = good food for angels, correct? And I wanted platies, and the angel would keep the population stable, correct?