Information on angelfish, How To Care For Tropical Angelfish ?, How To Tell The Sex Of Angelfish ?

Information On Angelfish

Information On Angelfish

Angelfish with its beauty and varieties are the most pleasurable aquarium fish. They are also easy to care of and hence, attract many. These fish exhibit inquisitiveness when they notice someone nearby and when they are being fed. This inquisitiveness is shown by swimming back and forth to gain attention. These fish can be fed anything. More...

How To Care For Tropical Angelfish ?

How To Care For Tropical Angelfish ?

Freshwater angelfish comes in almost thirty types of varieties. These are hard and can be easily taken care of. A pair of angel fish can even survive in a tank containing approximately 20 gallons of water. Since, they are easy to maintain, they are the favorites of novices and in the aquarium.

Their tolerance level is usually very high as they can survive in any kind of water and eat all kinds of foods. You can feed these fish variety of food stuffs like flakes, pellets, dried and frozen blood worms, brine shrimp and even any form live food. These fish are extremely easy to breed and for those who are planning to have an aquarium angelfish are always the first choice. You should know that angelfish like to live in a group or cluster therefore there should be minimum four staying together. More...

 

 

How To Tell The Sex Of Angelfish ?

How To Tell The Sex Of Angelfish ?

If you want to find out the sex of an angel fish, you have to watch them spawning. Male and female can be distinguished by this sure shot method. When a male angel fish spawns, its sexual organ is almost like a tip of a pencil. It is very small and thin tube, while when a female angelfish spawns, it has a comparatively thicker and larger tube.

This tube is situated in between the ventral and anal fins. For the experienced breeder, there are many other ways of detecting sex of angelfish but they are never completely correct. It is extremely difficult to detect sex of very small angelfish. More...