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My fry never get passed the wiggling stage in my tank though the adults guard them. Would wiggling fry survive in a nursery?
 

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You are suppose to keep them with the parents for way longer than that, I'm pretty sure.


Those videos are great guides to breeding angels, I definitely recommend watching them, especially if you are serious about breeding angels.

EDIT: I just watched it again, in part 2 it says day 14 is when you should separate the parents...so two weeks after day of birth.
 

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Hello Suzane,

I have moved your post to a thread of its own to help you to receive more responses and to prevent hijacking someone's thread.

Below is a link to your new thread:


Thanks!
Ken
 

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Marisseas said:
My fry never get passed the wiggling stage in my tank though the adults guard them. Would wiggling fry survive in a nursery?
if you don't have a baby tank to raise them in, the biggest/best thing when your angels spawn, ESPECIALLY with other fish in the tank, is having a light source on 24/7 ...that way mom and dad will guard them and not eat them in fear of danger....just wipe off any algae that might appear from having so much light source....
 
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Thanks, I've been doing that Shawnie
My computer wouldn't let me open the links but I appreciate you posting them Ben.
 
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