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Old 05-15-2006, 09:33 PM   #1
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Well, I sure wasn't expecting this...

Angelfish eggs. Not even a clue that I had a pair, and I come in to look at the tanks and find this! Now I have no idea what to do with them!

Dad (I'm guessing) hates when the camera got close, and charged the glass. Was hard to get good shots of him not in them!
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A few more pictures...

The silver dollars live by that intake and they very rarely stray from it. The angels are having fun picking the SD's to death!
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Congrats and good luck with them.
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Congrats!!! Way to go!!!
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Whoohoo!! Thanks awesome Lindsey.
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Old 05-15-2006, 10:04 PM   #6
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Great looking pair of Angels.
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They appear to have done a fabulous job with the spawn. Hopefully yours will be fruitful with there efforts.
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Congratulations. That's great news. Good luck with the eggs.
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Thanks guys. Like I thought, they were gone this morning when I woke up

I'm fairly sure, based on the look of the papilla, that I have a male/female pair. So, I should expect this again in 2-4 weeks, right?

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Mine are going about every two weeks right now. They just laid again last night.
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