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Old 07-28-2016, 04:22 PM   #1
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My angelfish fish

I have a pair of angels that I had in a 90 gallon tank with about 11 other angels they layed eggs but as soon as they became free swimmer's the parents are them all so I was pretty bummed about it so I decided to move my pair to a 20 gallon and needless to say after there to spawn attempts they in up eating the eggs what can I do to keep it from happening again? And 1 more thing is it possible for 3 angels to kind of pair up? My gold veils lay the eggs the male fertilizers it but shortly after my marble eats the eggs?should I move the marble?

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Angels make horrible parents..
If you want to hatch out eggs and raise the fry then remove the eggs and artificially hatch them in a dedicated tank....
Odds of 3 working together seem pretty low IMO...
Even by themselves most pair will eat their eggs ,with any other fish you decrease the chance of any success IMO.
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It is almost impossible to get an angel spawn to survive in a community tank.
The only thing to do with the pair is remove the eggs and hatch them yourself. You could try leaving a light on 24/7, sometimes it helps.
Not unusual at all for a threesome to spawn together, but I would remove the marble if that is the one eating the eggs.
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Not unusual at all for a threesome to spawn together,...
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