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357's avatar AFAngel
#1 Posted 21 Oct 2008, 4:50 pm
I would like to start breeding a breeding program for angels. What I was planning on doing was purchasing a group of six, putting them in the 65 gallon, and waiting for four to pair off.

This is all just plans, but Then I planned on sectioning off the 65 gallon into what would be 30 gallon talls for the angels to spawn in. I have 4 rearing tanks so the after is not a problem (besides the effects of never having previously raised angel spawns).

Basically i'm just hoping someone with angel experience, or anyone in general to tell me what you think of this plan.
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22's avatar mickey
#2 Posted 23 Oct 2008, 8:31 am
I used to breed angels all of the time, I was licky I bought 6 fish and ended up with 3 pairs,sounds like you have researched this as dividing the tank will work. If they do spawn get ready for loads of water changes Biggrin

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1578's avatar jaybee
#3 Posted 30 Sep 2010, 12:20 am
i have breed angelfish befor! Biggrin

for more information about breeding angelfish, you can go to this link: BREEDING ANGELFISH

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