Ok so here is my situation.
I have a 20gal tank that used to have 6 chilids in it but they all just passed away due to someone overfeeding them over thanksgiving
. so now left in the 20 gal is 2 plecos, 1 eel, and 1 snail (from my roomates tank that i took out so it wouldn't eat the eggs). So now i am just letting the tank cycle from the recent deaths and want to hopefully raise the baby angels in it but not sure how to get it all set up.
My roomates 20gal tank that has the angels that are breeding are in a community tank. In this tank are 4 pandas, a dragon looking thing, 2 killifish, another angelfish that gets picked on, a muscle, a twigfish, and 1 pleco, and some American waterweed (Elodea canadensis).
This is how my roomates tank acts the 2 that are breeding keep the other angel away and they do a good job of it the other angel now knows that he only has one little corner in the tank (poor guy). as for the other fish they don't get picked on but they stay away from where the eggs are being layed (the eggs are being layed on the tube of the filter) all of the other fish leave the eggs alone(at least when the lights are on). The furthest I have seen the eggs get are to the point where they look like tadpoles have eyes and the yolk sack and there were four of them but went to bed and the next morning they were all gone.
so what I want to do is is to use my 20gal tank to help breed the angelfish since I do not want to stock it back up since i will be having to take in down in about 6 months. What would be the best way to set up the tanks to insure that we can get some baby angels. Your help is greatly appreciated.