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Angelfish Breeding!
Topic Started: May 3 2009, 02:25 PM (579 Views)
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Neervana
May 5 2009, 10:09 PM
Tail3736
May 3 2009, 10:50 PM
If they have intention of breeding the genital papilla should drop
Yes although i have seen a case where there are two females trying to breed...in the end they just eat all the eggs.

I hope you get fry, numbers! That would be so nice! You should write up about it as an experience and include pics and vids of the angelfish and their eggs etc!
Eating the eggs is usually a sign of immature fish or they will also eat any non fertile or fungused eggs
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Jim
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You know... Ive not heard that, and usually i dont just take what people tell me as gospel, but that theory makes sense to me what about you??
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