Originally Posted by GallonsOfFun
Only other tank I have is a 10g so I couldn't really move the Angels out, but I could move the eggs/fry out. A divider is also a viable option, thanks for that idea.
Any idea on whether or not those eggs are fertile (not sure if I have 1 m 1 f or 2 f angels)? They have the color or fertile eggs to my knowledge but my knowledge on angel breeding is limited
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The majority of my pairs are in standard 10 gal
tanks so unless your fish are old, extra large or really long finned fish, the 10 should be fine for a few years.
The eggs in the picture are the color of fertilized eggs but if they turn white, they are dead eggs. This can happen even 3 days after they are laid ( and just before they should be hatching) so until they hatch, you won't know for sure that they are good eggs.
Just an FYI: It's much easier to move eggs than it is once they hatch so if you are going to move them, I'd move them before they hatch ( generally 72 hours at 78-80 degrees) or, if you are willing to chance the parents eating them, you can let the parents take care of the eggs for the first 2 days then move them before they hatch on the third. This is risky however because if they start to eat the eggs, you can create a pair that always eats their eggs and you will get nothing.
If you really want to increase you Angel breeding knowledge, you should read this thread: http://www.aquariumadvice.com/forums...st-237956.html
It will increase your knowledge 1000 fold.
Hope this helps.