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Thread: breeding angels

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    hi there i
    i would like to start breeding angels. Any info would be appreciated.
    ive got to resun filters running, one with ceramic rings in, the other just plain sponge, one two hundred watt heater, and a 30 watt light rated for better viewing of fish and also rated for plant growth. All for and running in a 64 gallon tank
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    Didn't you just have an epidemic wipe out most of your tank? Better get on top of that first.,...lfish%20IV.htm is a good place to start reading.

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    gathering info first on breeding while im taking care of my outbreak, maybe a month ore 2 before i start breeding
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    Well, in that case you should be well prepared by then.

    I looked at it, the one I posted above is as good as most. Like with a lot of fish feeding the fry the first 10 days or so is your biggest challenge.

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    thats true, even now im still doing rookie mistakes now and then. there is some fish fry food availible here, is there any food i can grow for both the breeding pair and fry for the best results
    we are all on a journey.
    Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today.

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    Microworms go down well with growing fry. Freshly hatched brine shrimp are probably best for the first week.

    Adults.. Good dry foods, some frozen bloodworm. Mosquito larvae tend to go down well with almost any fish and in RSA it shouldn't be too difficult to grow those.

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