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allie1220 12-29-2007 06:56 PM

hello
 
hello... my name is allie and i am new to this forumn. i just recently bought 2 angelfish and was curious to see if anyone could tell me what type of fish could cohabitat with them. i am also thinking about buying a Chinese high fin banded shark, can i put these 2 together? i will be posting pictures of the tank in which i have the angelfish in.

Jasey 12-29-2007 08:18 PM

Hi there, welcome to the forum. :) This sticky has a link to a compatibility chart which can help you see what fish angelfish are most compatible with: http://www.fishforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1903
I have long fin black skirt tetras, and I have been told that they are not very compatible with angelfish because of their long fins - they would nip at each other. Maybe the regular, non-long fin versions would be ok though.

allie1220 12-29-2007 09:38 PM

I am new to this whole fish hobby. the only fish i have ever owned are goldfish and bettas...are tetras a type of shark?

Jasey 12-29-2007 11:23 PM

I'm pretty new to the hobby too. Tetras and sharks are different, though. Most tetras, if not all, like to be in groups. I believe that sharks can get pretty big and require larger tanks - I have never had personal experience with them though. Perhaps try posting a question about them in the Freshwater Fish Species and Compatibility Forum. Then someone with more experience would help with a more specific answer. :)

jeaninel 12-30-2007 01:31 AM

Hi allie1220 and welcome to fishforum!

Are the angels going in the 10 gallon that's in your tank blurb? Sorry to say but they will need a much larger tank. Even though they may be small now they will outgrow a 10 gallon. Same with the Chinese high fin shark.

willow 12-30-2007 05:07 AM

hello and welcome to the forum.
:wave:

allie1220 12-30-2007 01:55 PM

i'd like to say thank you to those of you who have taken the time to welcome me. my boyfriend is on a reptile forumn and says that forumns are great for getting help when it is needed. all help is appreciated.

jeaninel, yes my angelfish are in the 10 galln tank right now. i have posted another topic for other questions about angelfish.

willow 12-30-2007 05:11 PM

hi
forums are great for getting advise,and hopefully
you will get plenty. :)


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