Which angelfish guards the eggs?

which angelfish guards the eggs

Some people think the male or female angelfish protects their eggs, but both will jealously guard these valuable assets. If you’re keeping more than one type of fish in your tank then it’s important to watch them closely so as not have any altercations between different species- if only we could tell which was responsible … Read more

Which angelfish are reef safe?

which angelfish are reef safe

Some of the smaller pygmy or dwarf angelfish will sometimes pick at your reef tank. However, this predation behavior happens less often if they have more live rock to munch on and room to roam in a larger setup that can support them better than most home tanks do–especially with regards towards their algae-eating habits! … Read more

When are angelfish full grown?

when are angelfish full grown

The hard part is over! Your male and female angelfish have successfully mated to produce their baby guppies. These babies hatched from eggs, which you now need to care for them until they grow up enough that it’s safe (and enjoyable) for your children or other potential owners of these fish-keepers in case there are … Read more

When to start feeding angelfish fry?

when to start feeding angelfish fry

Breeding freshwater aquarium fish can be a rewarding experience, but it often comes with its challenges. If you’re not careful enough when choosing your partners then the outcome of this task could disappoint even those who put their heart into what they do – like angelfish lovers! Caring for and breeding angelfish is a responsibility … Read more

When to separate angelfish fry from parents?

when to separate angelfish fry from parents

The author of this post does her best to be an informative resource for people who are looking into adopting or buying their furry friend, but she cannot replace the advice of a vet. That said there may well exist some interesting alternatives out in internet land that could help you find cheaper prices on … Read more

When angelfish lay eggs?

when angelfish lay eggs

If you want to know when your angelfish is ready for eggs, there are a few telltale signs. First off they’ll start acting differently and getting rounder in shape – that’s because it’s time! Another clue could be how quickly their eyes change color from blue-green onto dark brown or black at exactly 12 weeks … Read more

What is the lifespan of an angelfish?

what is the lifespan of an angelfish

Pterophyllum or angelfishes are some of the most popular types among aquarium fish. If you have one in your tank, it’s important to know how they behave and live – which includes understanding their needs as well lifespan. There’s never been a better time than now for getting started with caring for these beautiful creatures! … Read more

What color should angelfish eggs be?

what color should angelfish eggs be

The angelfish eggs are often a mystery. It’s not uncommon to see them spawning in your tanks, but witnessing the hatching is another story entirely! More than once I’ve waited days before finally finding out that they weren’t even fertilized- which means you could be waiting forever if someone else finds these tasty treats first … Read more

How often should angelfish be fed?

how often should angelfish be fed

There are many factors that go into the perfect feeding schedule for angelfish. Some of these include, but aren’t limited to: tank size and decorum (ideally an open-water setup), how often you change your water plus what type it is made from – all these can impact food requirements significantly! For years I’ve tried experiment … Read more

What temperature should angelfish be kept at?

what temperature should angelfish be kept at

The perfect aquarium temperature for your angelfish is between 68 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. This range ensures that all types of freshwater fish can live comfortably, with some exceptions to the rule such as some Diplomat flavipped Aristocratic gas boat species (which prefer warmer waters) or Royal Red complexioned cichlids who need colder water than … Read more