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Post  keith64 Mon 21 Nov 2016, 14:30

is it better to leave parents with the fry or not ?
to say these two angels are first time parents , they are very good ones , they keep the fry all together by rounding them up in their mouths and spitting them back onto the plant haha


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Post  Pterophyllum Mon 21 Nov 2016, 15:34

Sound like your fish are naturals, so yes, I'd leave the parents with the fry. Not all parents will readily parent raise and this can be frustrating, but the pleasure of watching the behaviour of a successful pair, for me, far out weighs the frustration when they fail.

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