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Old 11-17-2015, 04:54 PM   #1
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angelfish breeding now don't know what to do help"

My angelfish or having eggs so far so good,they both doin they part.
However I got 2 pleco nd 2 ram in it.
It's a 40gal hex.
What do I need to do to have a successful hatch??
Please help I'll give my email nd number if it's easier

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Best to move the eggs to a separate tank. Otherwise they'll almost certainly be eaten by the plecos or the angelfish themselves.
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I'd move the eggs to another tank, get a sponge filter, and read up on their growth cycle.
My LFS was out of stock on live and frozen baby brine shrimp so I tried Hikari first bites, but the first bites tended to clump up and trap the fry that weren't strong enough to swim out. Mine are safe in a breeder box that's in a large Petco "Pet Keeper" floating in my main aquarium. The main fish can't mess with them. It's an easy water change and I don't have to buy a new thermometer. It should be an easy acclimation for the ones I keep to go into the main tank.
If you can, start with baby brine. The frozen brine didn't clump and they handled it much better.
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