I have some of this information in my Breeding Angelfish Pair thread that I started when I figured out that I had a couple that had paired up and were laying eggs. They ate the first batch within a day. They cared for the second batch for about three days before eating them so I thought hey, we have progress, yay! Well, things took a vicious turn with the 3rd batch. I noticed the female was looking a little tattered and he was eating the eggs immediately. And I mean as soon as she laid them he was gobbling them up. The next day I came home from work to a very chewed up tail fin on the female Needless to say, I was very upset and sat watching them for a while thinking about what I should do. They were being very aggressive with one another almost the whole time, chasing and bumping one another, shaking and posturing at one another as well as their own reflections in the glass. I decided to remove her to a fully cycled 10g QT tank and started Melafix to help heal the poor girl's fins. I did not want to leave her in with him while I am at work all day to be further damaged. Here is where I need help in what to do now. I was very excited about having a breeding pair and raising baby angelfish. Choices: 1. Try to reintroduce her back into main tank with him this weekend while I am home to observe. Maybe take him out briefly so she can be reacclimated to the tank before interacting with him again. Rearrange and/or add new deco to change the dynamics of the tank. 2. Try to introduce another larger koi angel fish to him to see if they will pair up. If so, put other female in the koi's tank. 3. Take both back to fish store after she is healed up to trade for several baby angels to see if two pair off. (I am quite attached to my fish so this is a hard option for me.) 4. Move one to my 26g bow front that currently has a pair of Bolivian Rams and 3 peppered cories and keep one in the 45g and just make it a community instead of angel pair tank. I now know the peppered cory needs lower temp. If I trade them in at lfs, chances are someone else will get and keep them in higher temps so I have been keeping temp on the low side for BR at about 75. That is really low for an angelfish though. :-/ AND I wonder if 26g is big enough. Note: The tank is a 45g high (36x13x24high), with the only other inhabitants being 5 cory cats. This is tough because I love these Angels, but I also bought and set up this tank specially for a pair of angelfish with the hopes of successfully breeding. Thanks for any advice, opinions, suggestions you can offer!