The Angel Lovers Thread

Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by Aquaph8, Oct 19, 2013.

  1. West1

    West1 Well-Known Member

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    Gorgeous fish! What type?
     
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  2. eatbreakfast

    eatbreakfast Fish Nerd Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Showcase Editor Expert Contributor Partner Member Partner Member 2018

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    Queen Angel
     
  3. TheReefer27

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    C7ECF2D0-ECEC-4A86-8A65-F2D62FF4EE1E.jpeg C2FA41E4-FB79-4CF1-B26C-C594FB7B9BC5.png 616392FE-E1A5-4CE2-BEAE-A832D4E74DB9.png Here’s my African Flameback, sorry that the pictures are so bad. He’s really skiddish
     
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    And when they grow up...

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    What do you guys think the minimum tank size for an Emperor Angelfish is? Aggression level? Reef safe??

    To be honest, I feel so stupid asking all of these questions and I could probably just look them up on Google, but 4 million results for 1 search isn't that helpful.... and they all tell you a different thing too.... so, I'm just wondering and would like your input. :)
     
  6. Greenstreet.1

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    Had one in my in last reef had him since juvenile did not bother my corals gets aggressive as it gets older I would say they don’t like being bothered by other fish. Smallest tank size they say is a 125. Don’t send the fuzz had mine in a 75g.
     
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    Thank you so much!! I have a 120, haven't even started setting it up yet. Is it aggressive towards invertebrates?? And when it's older, just how aggressive does it get??
     
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    Never bothered my inverts at all the one I had the aggression was more of a stay away from me type of thing never was going after others.
     
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    Thank you so much! I appreciate the help!! :)
     
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    Happy that I can help.
     
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  11. fabutahoun

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    I don't think a 120 gallons will hold an Emperor Angel for a long time, I have one in my 180 gallon and IMO this the minimum for Emperor Angel.
    Mine didn't bother invert and most of the corals, except some coral like acans and zoas.
     
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    The fish in the very last picture, on the top left, what kind of fish is that?? SOOOOO beautiful!!!!
     
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    Blue face angel.
     
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    4FordFamily Tang, Angel, & Wrasse Addict Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor Partner Member 2018

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    Agree. Blue face are a cryptic angel but beautiful!
     
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    Blue face angel had it 7yrs
     
  16. UncleSalty

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    When I get a second, i'll take a picture of my true Red Sea Regal. He's an adult and a misbar!
     
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    Any info or experience with africanus angel in a fish only system would be great.. Trying to get a 4 inch one...
     
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  19. Matnil78

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    I have a Regal angel in qt since a week now but I still haven't seen it eat.... The qt is around 200l (around 54 gallon), besides the Regal there is 5 G Loreto and 1 A Occelaris wich all eats.
    The Regal looks healthy and is not skinny, but is shy, when the door to the room opens it swims behind a rock bit when left in peace it swims around the tank.
    I did a fw-dip when it arrived and is now on day 5 with prazipro(wich i know can supress apitite).
    It shows some interest in brine-shrimp(frozen) and ON Reef flakes, not like it tastes or swims after but it's interested...
    Have tried frozen brine-shimp, mysis, fresh clams, regular shrimp, Ocean Nutrition formula 1 and 2 pellets, Dr Bassler pellets, Ocean Nutrition Reef flakes...
    Any tips on how to get it feeding?
    Located in Sweden so the range and brands of avalible foods differ some from America...
    I have Easy Reef Masstick incoming:)
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    On thing I have been thinking about is temperatur, the qt now holds around 26 degreess( 79 fahrenheit), since it's yellow-belly it's from the red sea or Indo-pacific? Should I raise the temp, Red sea is usually pretty warm if I remember correct?
     
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