Animal Stories - Angelfish - Marine


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Nigel Rigby - 2006-04-18
I bought an Indian Yellow Tail or 'Cream' Angelfish 8 weeks ago and I have to say he is a real charachter. He feeds on most things - vitamin enriched brine and mysis shrimp, together with most types of prepared sea weeds. 'He' also grazes constantly off algae in my mini reef.

One word of caution - he thinks he owns the tank!! he tolerates my pair of true percula anemonoefish (in the tank before him), but 'bullies' my purple fire fish and vermiculated leopard wrasse (added after).

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Anonymous - 2009-12-06
I have had a Flagfin Angelfish for about a year now in a 70 gallon FOWLR; no problems whatsoever. Took live foods to get him to eat and eventually got him to eat frozen and now eats all food types even pellets. Very friendly fish and is always out swimming in the open.

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Animal-World info on Blue-faced Angelfish
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Anonymous - 2004-02-24
they r pretty.

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Animal-World info on Koran Angelfish
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PAUL WILLIAMS - 2006-11-14
Be prepared for quick growth, easily tamed and a fish with a lot of character. Important to try and give a varied diet and reap the rewards of having a strong fish, disease resistant and visually happy.

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  • MACHO - 2012-03-10
    i have a koran angel and a blue face angel in a 72 bow front but i can have a bigger tank in my house will they be okay
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Animal-World info on Goldflake Angelfish
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John - 2011-03-08
I had never seen a Gold Spangled Angelfish in the twenty years I have been maintaining a marine tank, so when I saw one in a St. Louis marine aquarium store, I had to buy it. The fish was extremely expensive ($350), and is the most I ever paid for a fish.
The fish is absolutely gorgeous and is a good tankmate with the other fish. He has an excellent appetite, and appears to be flourishing in the 2 months I have owned him. I will keep my fingers crossed.

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  • Anonymous - 2012-01-30
    I have seen them in wholesalers aquariums, they really are beautiful, I hope they are really hardy. Keeping my fingers crossed too!
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Animal-World info on Pygmy Angelfish
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Jake - 2010-06-20
Getting a pygmy soon.

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  • Anonymous - 2012-01-26
    Me too! I would like to get a pair so I guess my best bet would be to get a large one and a small one according to the information above.
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Animal-World info on Blue Angelfish
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CHILL - 2012-01-10
Just got a BlueAngelfish over the holidays. And I've got to say it's one beautiful fish. The prettiest so far that I've owned

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Animal-World info on Red Sea Angelfish
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adly - 2011-12-26
Hi everybody,
Any body like to buy yellow bar angel fish Pomacanthus maculosus. It is available in dfferent sizes between 15 cm up to 25 cm. for bigger I can search for you. If you are inerested please e-mail me on adly10@hotmail.com

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Animal-World info on Queen Angelfish
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David - 2010-03-31
I personally have a Queen (Juvenile), and its beautiful coloration makes it my favorite fish.

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  • Jodie Hall Sr - 2010-05-12
    The Queen angelfish is certainly a beauty. It was one of the first salt water fish available because they could be collected in the keys. I caught one for myself in about 1972 and it lived 6 years in a 55gal tank that had no living rock or coral. It did well from 1.5" to 10" on a diet of frozen brine shrimp or protozoro, freeze dried tubifex worms and flake food. This fish and several others that I kept for a long time eventually became blind, quit eating and died. From this experience I drew a hypothesis that we tend to have too much light over our aquariums so we need to provide lots of dark alcoves for the fish. They will come out to eat! That's just my idea. Good luck.
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Animal-World info on Bicolor Angelfish
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Anonymous - 2011-11-27
I have a new bi color angel. Although he does stop now and then to pick at live rock, he continually swims back and forth across the tank. He almost seems nervous? Is this normal?

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-11-28
    Video on U-Tube of angelfish swimming angelfish and looks pretty normal for it to be going back and forth in the tank.
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