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  1. #11

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    0 Not allowed!
    Return the AC70, and get an AC110, perhaps?
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  2. #12

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    I bought it years ago (a really good sale) as a back up - second time out of the box was tonight! Receipt is long gone, but it’s in immaculate condition, so worth a try. I’ll compare the sizing, and hope a 110 will fit between tank and wall. The 70 does, with about 1cm to spare. There may be other HOB options, but I always liked the Aquaclears.

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    I'm a fan of the AquaClears as well, I have 6 of them
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    1 Not allowed!
    I’ve got hold of a small fluval canister that can add 145 gph- brings me up to 380 gph. Call it 300 if 80% efficient. I’m guessing the recommendation would be to go higher if possible, according to all the info I’ve read the last couple of days, but $$ come into play too. It will have to do for now - should support increasing stock somewhat, maybe a pair of Angels.

    Would I be pushing it with 4?

    And a question about that. If you get 4, and end up with 3 males and a female - or the reverse - or 4 the same sex, are there any issues, or will they get along OK? Or if I get two, any issues e.g. aggression, if they are both males, or both females?

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    That's the tricky part. No one can say how the angels will act since they are cichlids and cichlids all have their own personalities. And their personalities really come out when reach maturity (around 8-12 months).

    It's advised to get a group of juvenile angels. Say you got 6 and wanted 4 adults, you could rehome 2. Or even if you get 4, the chances of them getting along as adults increases if they grow up together.

    Just make sure to change lots of water while they grow. This is the crucial time for them to develop into beautiful angels. From my experience, they respond very well to fresh water. If you can manage it, I change water every 3 days for juveniles.

    I never had a set plan. Just watched to make sure everyone was getting along for the most part. At the moment I have 5 males and 3 females in my 120g and 4 males 4 females in my 90g.

    The angels in the 90g grew up together, the ones in the 120g were collaborated from other tanks, some adults, some older juveniles.
    I thought more males were not doable until all the juvie angelfish turned out to be male. So kind of a mistake, but they don't seem to squabble too much and puff up with Alfa hormones like I thought they would as adults. Even the males that were already matured, they weren't overly aggressive. They just were the Alfa males and continued to breed with the gravid females.
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