Moving wigglers angelfish

Discussion in 'Angelfish' started by alps, Apr 1, 2012.

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    alps New Member Member

    This is my first post to a forum ever and want say HI to all of you!!!

    So my situation is that i have 155 gallon aquarium with ALOT of plants and fish. There are currently 9 angles in the tank which i got 3 pairs out of. And there is probably around 70 to 80 community fish.

    So each of my pairs have laid eggs once and they all ate them, figured that would happen from my reading. But now one pair has laid again and they have about 20 to 30 wigglers hanging of some grass. My question is should i move these wigglers into one of those floating breeding nets. There yolk sack is almost gone and i know the second they swim the parents will usually eat them and if they wont every other fish will. My plan is to move them tonight before the lights go out on the tank into my breeding net so that i could have a chance at raising them since it will make feeding a lot easier.

    I do have a 20 gallon tank but im scared moving them will shock them because the water difference. Thats why i was thinking breeding net since water condition wont change.

    Please let me know what u think, Thanks
  2. Dino

    Dino Fishlore VIP Member

    Sounds like a good plan.

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