Will they get used to each other even if I don't do anything?
I'm growing them in the 34G until the koi go out in the pond in a couple of months because I'm not expecting any pairs before then, then once the koi go out they will all be moved to the 45G except the pair if there is one
I think I did tell you when we were talking on our profiles? Maybe I'm just imagining things lol
Ok thanks Shawnie
Later on I might try and get some pics just to see if we can figure out any genders
I've got fingers crossed for these guys , at the moment everybody is being calm and not bothering eachother
Well I'm hoping I have put enough plants in, if not I can always get more
Will post again tomorrow and let you know what's happening
Thanks for all of your help Shawnie and Carol
I'm not an expert in this but what about adding a few more Corys? I know they like to be grouped in at -least- 5, preferably more, so they have that safety in numbers feeling. Would the angelfish still be aggressive against a small school of them?
I had 2 x angelfish in a community for 3 months and one day the male just snapped and killed the female and my fighting fish.
Always taking a risk keeping cichlids
Welcome to Fishlore.
What size are these angels? Is the body quarter sized or larger? Were all 4 angels added at once? Are there tall plants (fake or real) or other decor that breaks the line of sight across the tank?
With the aggression your angels may be maturing as they tend to not fight when very young.
Sorry for all the questions, but I want to have a complete understanding of your tank. You can easily keep 4 immature angels in a 20Long or even 2 adults.