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Old 02-03-2013, 10:20 AM   #21
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After moving my one pair of breeding angels into another tank which was a 20H. I have 3 angels left in my 30 nd now 2 are a breeding pair some luck i have haha right.
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Old 02-03-2013, 02:10 PM   #22
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After moving my one pair of breeding angels into another tank which was a 20H. I have 3 angels left in my 30 nd now 2 are a breeding pair some luck i have haha right.
This is not that uncommon. Once the dominent pair is removed, lesser pairs tend to take over. If you are not looking to breed the other pair, you just need to rehome the male and hope fish #3 isn't another male. lol If it is, just remove the female and keep the 2 males together.

FYI I used to keep a stable of unpaired females and males in case any one of my breeders should fail to perform or fall sick and die. Sounds like you already have the beginnings of a stable. Good luck with your breeding
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