03-06-2012, 12:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Interesting. Angelfish will normally accept corys, so this only shows that there is no hard and fast rules. I would wonder though if your (Mandi) angels might have been preparing to spawn? Spawning can bring out real aggression in angelfish. Or if they are an established pair, they can view any newcomers as trouble.
Broujos, should you decide on corys, you should have more. You have the space, so a group of 9 or more will be better than just three. Youo can mix species, say three of each of several species, or have all the same species. But corys are very social shoaling fish and the larger the group the happier they will be. And lots of wood, and some plants for cover. They like to have hiding spots to retreat into, it makes them feel safer being out and about.
Pretty sure they were not ready to spawn and they were not together before. I actually got my second angel fish and the cory's at the same time. Who knows maybe they were just picky I am not sure but I was just speaking off of the past experience I had.