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Post  gibbo156 Fri 10 Aug 2012, 13:38

I am not experienced with Angel breeding and i am quite nervous about upsetting a pair of angels with eggs.

BUT i do want to keep the tank clean

Does everybody carry out water changes and vacuum the tank as normal when the breeding tank contains a pair with eggs or fry ?


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Post  Ghipsi Fri 10 Aug 2012, 14:09

Depends on what your normal routine is & how the pair reacts to you doing stuff in their tank.
I will leave a young pair for a day or even just syphon some water from the top if needed but then get onto daily syphoning but mt angels are used to me syphoning their tanks evey day anyway. Some breeders leave them undesturbed for longer.

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