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  1. Default Angel Fish Eggs/Wrigglers

    0 Not allowed!
    Hi! I Have a live planted 55 gal. with a breeding pair and 5 day old wrigglers. This is the 5th clutch they laid and no survivors on the other 4. I also have a 55 gal. with 3 angels, 2 artificial plants and a thermometer. Apparently, one pair in the second tank laid eggs yesterday on the back of the thermometer and are beating up the odd angel. This is their first breeding and I don't want to discourage but they are seriously going after the lone angel and I don't have anywhere else to put her. If I put only the thermometer and eggs in the tank that has the other breeding pair, would they take care of them or would they become a snack? Hope someone can help me figure this out & thanks
    Last edited by Hopeful; 10-03-2012 at 12:19 AM.

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    0 Not allowed!
    They would be a snack. You must remove the odd angel or it will be killed.

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    +1. They would indeed be eaten.

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