You asked: Do angelfish eat their babies?

In most cases, adult angelfish will not eat their young, especially if they have already had a few litters. Keeping the fry with the parent pair will delay another reproductive cycle because the parents will be focused on the babies in the tank.

Should I remove angelfish eggs?

To make sure you can easily remove the eggs from the breeding tank, it’s best to place a spawning slate into the tank that can act as the spawning site for your angelfish. Once the eggs are laid and fertilized, you should remove them to prevent them from getting eaten by the parents.

Do angelfish mate for life?

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They form close, monogamous pairs from a young age and then do everything with their mate for the rest of their lives. They live, travel and hunt in pairs and will even defend their ocean territory against neighboring pairs of fish.

Should I remove white angelfish eggs?

As stated, the parents should be removing those white eggs. But that’s just an example of where angelfish need practice and a few tries before they figure it out. I suggest you let nature take its course with this one and try removing the eggs from the next batch and use methylene blue and an air stone.

Will baby fish survive in my tank?

It is possible to raise baby fish in your main tank, but generally, few will survive this. Larger fish will see them as tasty snacks and even vegetarian fish may be tempted. … Baby fish naturally seek out hiding places and will be stressed without them even in an environment where they are not under threat.

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Do guppies eat baby snails?

Neither endler’s nor guppies will eat snails, but they might pick on the eggs. It’s not enough to stop the breeding of the snails. If you’re not seeing baby snails in your tank, it’s most likely due to the shrimp eating the eggs, or the newly hatched snails, or both.

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