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Old 10-08-2013, 07:50 AM   #11
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Make betta and 3 platy fry I'm a 10 g with no aggression. I actually catch em swimming together. Oh and I have ramshorns in there
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:04 AM   #12
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Do you have much exp with angels? I'd love another pair in my tank but if I get another male/female will mine kill them? Mine are about 3 inches (without fins) anout 9inches tall with their fins. I have male and female veil angels. Ones yellow ones black.
They are the most agressive thing in my tank as of now. I really wanna try another pair of angels but I don't know if it'd work out??
My knowledge of fw angels isnt that great, i deal mostly with sw angels. If its a mated pair id think that they would kill any other angels, but thats just my thought
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I have a male betta in a community tank with an angel fish
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Old 10-08-2013, 02:37 PM   #14
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I was given an angel fish (for free w/tank) that turns out he ate his brothers and sisters (3 others) I think it was because the lady kept them in a 10g all their life. She never conditioned the water either=( his scales fell off.
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Old 10-08-2013, 02:41 PM   #15
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I was given an angel fish (for free w/tank) that turns out he ate his brothers and sisters (3 others) I think it was because the lady kept them in a 10g all their life. She never conditioned the water either=( his scales fell off.
sad story but suha beautiful angel
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sad story but suha beautiful angel
I started to get attached to him. But had to re home because he was too big for any of my tanks.
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I started to get attached to him. But had to re home because he was too big for any of my tanks.
had to do that with my 3rd gen platies
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i have an all male tank with serape tetras, rainbow fish, golden rams, electric blue rams, dwarf gouramis, neon tetras, glow fish, cockatoo cichlid, and bumblebee cat fish. never any fighting. i think this is because there aren't any females in the tank so the fish aren't territorial and my tank is 5 ft long so there's lots of forward swimming room.
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i have an all male tank with serape tetras, rainbow fish, golden rams, electric blue rams, dwarf gouramis, neon tetras, glow fish, cockatoo cichlid, and bumblebee cat fish. Never any fighting. I think this is because there aren't any females in the tank so the fish aren't territorial and my tank is 5 ft long so there's lots of forward swimming room.
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