07-19-2009, 11:07 AM
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I just got back into keeping fish after about 10+ years of not doing it since I was a little kid, and I knew nothing about cycling...bought angelfish when I started getting back into fish about 7 months ago and threw them in..they survived and are just fine to this day. I don't know if I would recommend doing it now that I know better, but mine lived. I did water changes religiously on the tank though...but your results may not be the same.
As far as the angels being delicate, in my experience you have to be really careful on your water changes (right temp, make sure you're spot on with dechlorinator amounts, don't spook them too much). Maybe I'm just doing it right, I don't know for sure but mine are thriving as far as I can tell. I've had a couple of occurrences where I added water that was a little too hot or a little too cold and they really didn't take too well to it, but other than that they've been fairly easy to take care of.
Last edited by Herky; 07-19-2009 at 11:13 AM..