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Photo Caption: this is my tank, you can see a white spot on the filter tube--that are the angelfish eggs. :o)
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is my tank, you can see a white spot on the filter tube--that are the angelfish eggs. :o)

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: My 75 gallon as of now has a dual HOB Biowheel filter and an air tube along the back of the tank. The fish inside are angelfish, a needlefish, a peacock eel, an iridescent shark, two algae eaters, and other fish that will be gone soon. A couple of angelfish have just layed eggs in my tank as well!!
Advice: just take it easy and be patient as things are not always immediate. Don't always listen to the petstore, get advice from real hobbyist like from online forums, they can be very helpful.
Fish Kept: Angelfish, needlefish, peacock eel, iridescent shart, swordtails, mollies, neon tetras, rasbora tetras, dwarf puffer,,,cant think of any others for now
Corals/Plants: banana plant...cant think of other names
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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Managing to breed angelfish is a proof that you are on the right track! Nice job! fish avatar

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