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Angel Fish while depositing a line of eggs. Black is female. - Public Domain Photo
One of the most common and enjoyed aquarium fish is the angelfish. They have a unique shape and are in many colors. Angelfish also seem intelligent and have interesting behavior.
Angelfish should be kept in warm water around 80F (27C) and care should be given on what they eat. There are many types of angel food available for these fish but be careful to watch how much you feed them, angelfish tend to over eat and won't last long if they do.
Care needs to be taken on what fish you put in your aquarium. Angel fish will eat smaller fish like guppies and aggressive fish will nip the fins or even eat the angelfish.
Breeding & Raising Angelfishes
Angelfish are easy to breed and will watch over and protect the eggs after hatching. On this page you can find books on how to breed angelfish. Inbreeding has caused some of the parent fish to eat their young. The young take from 6-12 months to fully mature and can reproduce for about 3 years. Angelfish tend to mate for life so care should be taken to keep pairs together.
Silver, Gold, Zebra, Black Lace, Zebra Lace, Smokey, Chocolate, Halfblack Veil Angelfish, Sunset Blushing, Koi, Leopard, Blue Blushing, Silver Gold Marble, Ghost, Gold Marble, Marble, Black Hybrid, Gold Pearlscale, Black Ghost, Albino.
On this page you will find angelfish for sale plus book on breeding and angelfish facts and care.
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