Heres my angel

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Here is my angel fish. It's main body is about the size of a quarter. Hope you like it (don't know gender yet.).
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Nice angel

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Thanks, it moves to the surface to greet me and it also follows my finger when I move it up and down on the glass.
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I can never get my Goldfish to follow my finger.  ;D
 
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I guess I'm just lucky. My platys, angel, and clown loach in 36 gal all will eat from my fingers. I guess the fish have to get used to your hand.
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Mine does the same ;D
 

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Yep angels are such piggys they will do anything to get a crumb of food
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all my angels do the same thing. they go after anything that they think might be food.

Your angel is a cutie

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Thanks.
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Tomh ... I LOVE your Angel ! It's so beautiful And yes, my angels eat out of my hand too, and they follow my every move about my room They "wiggle" their tails when I come with food, as if they were happy
 
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Thanks, it is very beautiful and elegant. What's funny, is that since I transfered my serpaes over to the 28, the angel seems to be their 'leader'. It is really funny to watch because the serpaes follow every movement that the angel makes.
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Hi Tom - how do you sex Angels?
 
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Butterfly explained it to me like this
"When they get ready to spawn their breeding tubes will drop. A female has a breeding tube that looks like a pencil lead, the male looks like a very thin pin. You can't tell when their not spawning what gender they are."
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Thanks for that Tom :-*
 
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No problem but you should really thank Butterfly since she was the one who told me in the first place.
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nice angel it is really pretty.....
 
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Thanks, I think so too.
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it looks exactly like the one I have what is the common name for that one 'cause i'm pretty sure I have the same thing just dwarfed I hope anyway if not it will give me a good excuse to get a bigger tank hehe

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I think it is a marble angel.
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ok that is what i thought too but i was just wondering and making sure that my info was accurate
 
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