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Old 10-23-2013, 08:44 PM   #1
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Angels Getting Big!

My Angels are really getting big and are super mellow. I really have a tranquil community tank.
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Old 10-23-2013, 08:47 PM   #2
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wowwwww those are beautiful. i love the tank. great job
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Old 10-23-2013, 11:03 PM   #3
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Beautiful angels! What do you have in with them?
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Old 10-24-2013, 08:37 AM   #4
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Beautiful angels! What do you have in with them?
I have some neons, endlers, blackskirted tetras, a balloon belly molly, a couple of rasboras, a few lyre-tailed swordfish and a mystery snail. Oh, and a couple of coreys, but one's a baby. I'm a little overstocked, but my water parameters are perfect and everyone gets along great. The angels were about the size of a dime when I first got them.
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wowwwww those are beautiful. i love the tank. great job
Thanks Bob. I took a couple of more pictures after the sun went down that look better. I'll post them tonight. Do you still think that they're females?
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in my professional, amateur, guessing, opinion , i would say female.
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in my professional, amateur, guessing, opinion , i would say female.
Okay, thanks! They're pretty aren't they? They get along really well with all the other fish and each other. I love my tank.
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ok whats your address and when will u not be home . i can come get them lol just kidding lol
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How long did it take to get that size?
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they take a year or more to get big. my biggest one are 3 years old
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How long did it take to get that size?
I think I got these in April. They were probably quarter sized or a little smaller. I thought dime sized-but that's too small.
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