French Angelfish : Care Guide On The French Angelfish
French Angelfish Care Guide - The French angelfish is one of three very popular "large angels" among marine aquarium hobbyists
Here's is yet another care guide, this time its for Angelfish! They are my favorite freshwater fish and I hope this gives you some good information.
Raising Juvenile Angelfish: When the angelfish fry are seen swimming in a "cloud" it is then time to transfer them to a rearing aquarium. To do this, siphon out all the water that you can from the hatching jar without sucking up any fry. Then quickly pour the remainder into the prepared rearing aquarium, or follow the directions for using a Spawn Rearing Jar. Be ready with a small container of the aquarium water to rinse any fry out of the hatching jar that didn't make it on the initial pour. The aquarium they go into should contain 100% fresh aged water with an "active" sponge filter. The aquarium should be sized to the number of fry in the spawn. Aquariums anywhere from a 2.5 gallon to a 10 gallon tank will be able to handle different size angelfish spawns. In an aquarium that is too large, the fry may seem frightened and will huddle on the bottom in a corner. They will have difficulty finding the food and will likely have problems. In the first week of their life, a smaller aquarium appears to give them the secure surroundings they desire. When they have grown to fill this space (maybe only a week or two) they are then split up into "grow-out aquariums". This is probably one reason the spawn rearing jars are so successful. After you move them to a larger tank, make sure they have plenty of space, and frequent partial water changes are done regularly. There is nothing worse than "chopped" dorsal fins and stunted, thin little angelfish. If you want to know how they should look, put just a few in a larger tank and take good care of them. Most of the poor juvenile angelfish we've seen came from being crowded, overfed and having insufficient water changes. The following would be a very general guideline for angelfish stocking levels. It will vary according to water parameters, amount of water changes and feeding technique.
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Angelfish Care Secrets, Guide, Tips | Diet, Caring for Angelfish
The list of saltwater angelfish below include many aquarium fish species. Each fish guide has in-depth angelfish information about their places of origin, habitats and behaviors as well as the fish care needed for successfully keeping angelfish aquariums. Angelfish pictures are also provided within each fish guide to help with saltwater fish identification, and aid in choosing pet fish.