The coolest thing happened in my established 29-gallon: one of my two angels laid eggs! So I have a few questions since this is the first time I've ever experienced anything like this.
Does this mean that one angel is male and the other female, or would the female have laid eggs regardless of the presence or absense of the male?
Is the angel that's guarding the eggs the female, or does the male take over once the eggs are laid?
How can I discern whether or not these eggs are even fertile?
Should I remove the other occupants (1 male swordtail, one male platty, and one albino cory) from the tank during the gestation if indeed they are viable?
Will the angels or any other fish in the tank eat the eggs or the babies if any hatch?
Sorry for the barrage of questions, but I am excited, especially since she laid them on a horizontal leaf (it's a sparsely planted tank) rather than on the vertical heater as I have read many angels do. I'm not overly interested in having millions of baby angels, but if they are capable of hatching, I'd like to give them a chance to do so.