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post #11 of 14 Old 06-21-2016, 10:22 AM
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jeaninel for your help i moved some of my plants around andbit seemed to have worked they are getting along lovely now, ive been looking into a 200L tank as i would like to keep these angel fish and also maybe some discus, so maybe i will buy one at end of week and cycle wile the smaller one is still running, thanks once again for your help
I'm glad to hear that you are planning to upgrade as they really do need a larger tank for their permanent home. You could use your smaller tank as a quarantine/hospital tank. Good luck with them and post some pics!

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post #12 of 14 Old 06-21-2016, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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Thank u hun for your help and yes will keep smaller tanks spare, i dont know how to out pics on i cant find image upload bit x
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When keeping angel fish you should have only 1 male or female, if you are thinking of keeping 2 they must be male and female because if they are the same gender they will reach sexual maturity and fight because they wil be rivals for breeding. Also don’t keep angel fish with platys and guppies because the angel fish will eat them. Good tank mates for angle fish are; gouramis, rainbow shark, bottom dwellers e.g. plecos, Cory catfish, snails, and many others.
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Also dont keep angel fish with platys and guppies because the angel fish will eat them. Good tank mates for angle fish are; gouramis, rainbow shark, bottom dwellers e.g. plecos, Cory catfish, snails, and many others.
Found kind of the opposite. Guppies and platies do fine with angels, they too big to be eaten.

Gouramis and rainbow sharks can be belligerent, so only in larger tanks may this be feasible... even then, why chance it when there are better fish out there?

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