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  1. Sambo7475
    thanks! I didn't know this, and the guy at my lfs (whose advice has been pretty solid) said they had a "tiny" bioload even as adults.
  2. Rivercats
    IMO angels have a higher bio-load after then become large. Large to me in an angel is one who's body size is at least the size of a silver dollar. Once they reach that size and larger I feel they do have a higher bio-load. Also some species of angels can reach really large sizes and would also qualify as a high bio-load. Young angels with body sizes from a half dollar and smaller have relatively smaller bio-loads. But remember this is just my opinion.

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    Married father of 3 wonderful kids
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    Michigan
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    biking, kayaking, swimming, fishkeeping, playing with my kids!
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    registered nurse
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    20high: 1 clown pleco, 9 praecox rainbow,
    55: 5 silver dollars, 7 harlequin rasboras, 4 scissortail rasboras, 5 head and taillight tetras
    75: 19 mixed mbuna
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    Fish are like babies, if it fits in his mouth, he's going to eat it.

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