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Old 07-05-2005, 11:44 AM   #1
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Pair (breeding) of Angels need a home - Free

I am shutting down my 55 gallon tank for the next month (starting Friday) and I would like to find a good home for my breeding pair of angels. They have spawned twice now, but ate their eggs. It is because they are young and just need more experience.

Here is a picture of the pair:
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Here is a picture of the male:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...Picture005.jpg


Right now they are being kept in a 55 gallon community tank with danios, rummynosed tetras and some plecos. I think they ate my otos so if you have those fish, I don't recommend the angels. They eat flakes, bloodworms, algae waffers and shrimp pellets.

This will be PICK UP ONLY. I am in Boone, North Carolina.

They need a home by Friday. If you want any of the other fish, let me know. Everyone is in good health and I have had no diseases in my tank accept earlier this year in Feb (ich) which came from a fish I introduced.
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I'm interested in them. Also what are you going to do with your setup, is it for sell?
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Old 07-07-2005, 10:36 AM   #3
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found everyone but the danios a home. if anyone is close enough, they are more than welcome to have the crazy fish, but I don't think they are worth much driving.

Bhunsucker, I am having to break down my tank because the sealant is starting to show signs of failure (according to All-Glass who I sent pictures of my tank to). I will be getting a brand new tank under my warrenty but I don't know how long it will tank (the owner of my LFS is forgetful) and Saturday I'll be leaving for a month to go on vacation with my dad. Soooo, instead of worrying about the tank for the entire time I am gone, I made a last minute decision to shut the tank down. When I come back I am going to be building a paludarium in it.
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