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Post  Jadey Mon 15 Apr 2013, 22:50

My angels have spawned after many unsuccessful attempts and they are a great pair though, the female is acting odd sitting at the back of the tank facing away and hardly eating and the male like always happily swimming about protecting the spawn, is this normal for the female?


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Post  Pterophyllum Tue 16 Apr 2013, 19:51

Hi Jadey,
Breeding parents can sometimes go off their food, but it's odd that she's hiding at the back, unless that's where they've decided to move the wrigglers to.
She's probably fine, but I would keep an extra close eye on her.

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