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Angelfish Breeding!
Topic Started: May 3 2009, 02:25 PM (549 Views)
Iloutfitter
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Mine have paired and bred but eaten the eggs within 24 hours, this next drop will be their 4th attempt.

Mine were doing the exact same thing today, one minute they are fine the next my female is getting the Tina Turner treatment for poppa. They did not do this when they first paired, they just kinda never left eachothers side since they were dime size( different parents). I am just letting them be, I set up a tank with their native habitat and they started breeding the 12 days into being in the tank, they never layed eggs in their other tanks. The tank is a 40g tall with the paired angels and 6 green corydoras ( and some MTS but shhh)

I think he is feelin his mojo and she aint wanting none of it, but, domestic violence is a form of foreplay in the fish world, felines and canines as well.
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