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Old 11-09-2011, 04:24 PM   #11
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Regals are beautiful ,,one of the more sensitive though,,they require pristine water conditions as all large angels do..Some are hardier than others but the regals are one of the more difficult..Just giving you a heads up
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O really . It seems like that was the only large angel that doesn't need a 220 gallon. I liked some of the others juvenile colors but wasnt really feeling their adult colors. I'll give live aquaria another look over.
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Are angels more sensitive than fw discus? How would you compare the two. I keep discus so I know about sensitive fish.
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O really . It seems like that was the only large angel that doesn't need a 220 gallon. I liked some of the others juvenile colors but wasnt really feeling their adult colors. I'll give live aquaria another look over.
Some of those minimum tank sizes can be tricky,,a 220 and a 180 have the same footprint...I really don't get it or know who really comes up with them
I think a 180 could house one large angel of any kind for a long,long time..probably life
You could look at the ones that stay smaller(under a foot) like the blueline or majestic
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Are angels more sensitive than fw discus? How would you compare the two. I keep discus so I know about sensitive fish.
Never kept them,,but IMO you can't really compare fresh to salt water fish
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Ok thanks for the input. I only ever had 2 sw fish and they are both thriving so really I have no personal experience to say they are or aren't more sensitive than fw.
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Would an emporer angel be pushing it for the 180?
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Would an emporer angel be pushing it for the 180?
How big does it get?
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