Bicolor angels are notoriously difficult to get to acclimate
Very true. I have a 6 month old tank. I purchased one a month and a half ago, it just died a few days ago. Although I have plenty of lr
and algae and it grazed on it all day, it would not eat any of the many prepared foods I tried. Garlic, mush, you name it. It did not show any type of bodily problems like infection or parasite, only a thin malnourished look before it went. My water quality never showed a problem, and he remained very active right till the last few days. It slowly starved.
This could be related to cyanide, I don't know. My other fish are fine.
I think this is why Fenner and others say to steer clear of this fish. If anyone reading this is having long term success with a bicolor angel please let us know, but I don't hear many of these stories.
There are some really attractive butterflyfish that appear to be suitable for a 70. http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/s...d=21&pCatId=25