Hi Carol and all I finally managed to record my angelfish spawning! It was also the first time that I saw it with my own eyes. I was sitting by the tank until the spawned, and was not going to miss it this time! I have no doubt now that I have a pair. The breeding tubes are exactly as those of a male and a female, and when you just look at the way the male follows the female - it's obvious. I have two video clips to show you, so that any of you who have experience with breeding angelfish can confirm that this is a pair. Though they were clearly spawning, and the male did - what it seems - fertilize the eggs by following the female and putting the milt over the eggs ... I did not see the milt itself. Does that mean that the milt wasn't there? Or that the milt is this transparent? Sorry for the poor quality of the videos. They were recorded with a small digital camera and the lighting was subdued. In your Windows Media Player you can enhance the videos while viewing them by making them brighter. I hope you'll be able to see something and reassure me that I have a pair. Thanks P.S. But first of all: how do you upload video clips? I went to "Additional Options" and browsed my video clips, then started uploading them. But every time I tried to upload them, it would take forever, and the website would eventually stop responding. The video clips are very short and small. What's going on?