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Old 10-01-2009, 12:31 PM   #11
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what type of angels do you have? I'm gonna have angels in my 30g "bedroom tank". Actually got me thinking last night about getting a few small LEDs for the tank (after it cycles) so it can be sort of like a night light .

One place semi-near me, John's Aquarium, has some nice small marble angels (about nickle sized) for $1.49 which is the cheapest I have seen them locally. I'd have to map quest it but thinking some places near Erie might be about the same drive time away. As I am roughly an hour between Cleveland and Erie.
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Well, I have one Calico, one Blushie and two black Marbles. There is an Angel breeder IN Erie, if my sources are correct, and Aquatic Jungle can get you what you want. The only place I have seen the live caught ones is Petco...which I won't go to. My Marbles are from two different batches of babies, but the one has grown astronomically and dwarfs the rest of them. He is my favorite, and has a halarious attitude
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Old 10-01-2009, 03:31 PM   #14
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Well, I have one Calico, one Blushie and two black Marbles. There is an Angel breeder IN Erie, if my sources are correct, and Aquatic Jungle can get you what you want. The only place I have seen the live caught ones is Petco...which I won't go to. My Marbles are from two different batches of babies, but the one has grown astronomically and dwarfs the rest of them. He is my favorite, and has a halarious attitude
I'm looking to get maybe 6 in a 30g (by the time they are big enough to split up my 55g should be ready). If they form mating pairs I want to try to get them from different breeders so they come from a different gene stock.

When I got my two Marbles they were small and I thought they would be dead inside a month. I was looking at them a few days ago and realised I have had them for about two months or so and they have gotten pretty big pretty quick. About half dollar size now when I got them they were between a nickle and quarter sized.

I come home from work and sit on my computer chair to take my shoes off my cat comes running and the angels swim over to the side of the tank by my desk.... I should post of split screen image of my cat and the Marbles I have, they have similar coloration
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