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Old 09-24-2009, 08:20 PM   #1
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First spawn, I'm gonna be a grandpa!

I came home from work and picking up my son, only to find one of my angelfish in my 55 community being very agressive. And to my suprise there is a leaf full of clear eggs!


Ok so I know not really... But I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I was thinking about letting mom and dad raise the little-uns, in part because I am concerned about removing the sword leaf they are on. Please, any advice would be great.

My other two angels are staying as far away from mom and dad as they can, my betta still just thinks that pot I put in there is wicked cool and couldn't care less what the angels are doing, and I haven't actually seen my tetra's since I put that horn wart in...
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