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plowboy95 10-05-2011 12:32 AM

breeding angelfish
 
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So i have a mated pair of angel fish this is their third time i have now two 75g tanks full of angels :lol: Just thought I would share. For the brine shrimp hatchery I cut the bottom off of two large wine bottles built a small stand for them added water salt and brine eggs works very well. I did not like the plastic soda bottles for a brine hatchery very flimsy.

cdouglas2993 10-06-2011 06:49 PM

I'm acutally planning on getting an angelfish for my tank. Any advice?

plowboy95 10-07-2011 07:34 AM

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Originally Posted by cdouglas2993 (Post 852888)
I'm acutally planning on getting an angelfish for my tank. Any advice?

Water changes on a regular basis at least once a week. I do a 1/3 of the tank a week I use regular tap water with a tap water water conditioner. This seems to work for me one other thing would be get the biggest tank possible for you angels can get tall.

Beastie1988 10-10-2011 03:51 PM

Beautiful fish plowboy85!!

lilras 10-16-2011 12:30 AM

beautiful angels! good luck.

chevysoldier 10-16-2011 12:45 AM

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Originally Posted by plowboy95 (Post 851024)
So i have a mated pair of angel fish this is their third time i have now two 75g tanks full of angels :lol: Just thought I would share. For the brine shrimp hatchery I cut the bottom off of two large wine bottles built a small stand for them added water salt and brine eggs works very well. I did not like the plastic soda bottles for a brine hatchery very flimsy.

Very pretty!

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Originally Posted by cdouglas2993 (Post 852888)
I'm acutally planning on getting an angelfish for my tank. Any advice?

Get a tall tank, at least 20" tall is recommended, more is better.

cdouglas2993 10-21-2011 08:51 PM

I have a 35 gallon Hexagon. I now have one red wag platy, two damation mollies, a dwarf pleco, and a Male Betta who is nothing but a sweet heart.


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