Angelfish for Freshwater Aquariums

Angelfish are one of the most popular species of freshwater fish in the aquarium hobby.
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Gold Marble Angelfish (Freshwater Angelfish for sale)Either one Angel to an aquarium or more than 3. Angels are Cichlids and like most Cichlids, if you keep just 2 or 3 in the same aquarium, the strongest one will make the others miserable. Angels do very well in a group with 6 or more Angels in a large aquarium with at least 50-gallons of water that is at least 18" deep.
Amazing Philippine Blue Marble Live Freshwater Angelfish, Veil & std. - Lot of 6
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, any of various unrelated fishes of the order . The angelfishes, or scalares, popular in home aquariums are members of the genus Pterophyllum and the family. They are thin, deep-bodied fishes with elongated dorsal, anal, and pelvic fins. Depending on the authority, one to three species may be recognized: , P. eimekei, and P. altum. Angelfishes are native to the freshwaters of tropical and may grow to a length of about 15 cm (6 inches). They are commonly silvery with vertical dark markings but may be solid or partially black. They are carnivorous and take care of their eggs and young. "Freshwater angelfish at the Montreal Biodome"
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Freshwater Angelfish are measured at TL (Total Length) which means your fish will be measured from the tip of its nose to the end of its tail.The Freshwater Angelfish hails from the rivers of South America. Triangularly shaped and thin pressed, they hide among roots and plants before ambushing their prey. Their coloring helps to provide additional camouflage. Interestingly, Angelfish form monogamous mating pairs. They are one of the most commonly kept freshwater aquarium fish as they bring a unique and beautiful shape and coloring to the tank. They are considered semi-aggressive and should not be kept in aquariums with tiny fish such as Tetras as the Angelfish may eat them. For those interested in breeding fish, the Angelfish is ideal. They are easy to breed in an aquarium, however care must be taken to protect the young from their parents as generations of inbreeding have led to parents tending to eat the young. As Angelfish mate for life, it is also important to preserve both fish for as long as possible. Angelfish are dedicated parents and the raising of a clutch of eggs into fry and then fish may be fun to do with children.Freshwater Angelfish are measured at TL (Total Length) which means your fish will be measured from the tip of its nose to the end of its tail.Angelmania offers high quality, healthy freshwater angelfish at affordable prices. We are proud to offer the world's largest selection of Philippine Blue angelfish varieties. We also stock angelfish with wild bloodlines. Our angelfish are disease-free and we offer a live arrival guarantee on all orders. Free shipping is available!Pterophyllum altum – Also known as the Deep, Altum, or Orinoco Angelfish, these are the largest of the freshwater Angelfish, in the wild they have been known to grow as tall as 20 inches from the tip of the anal fin to the tip of the dorsal fin. Their base coloring is silver with brownish-red stripes and red striations in the fins. This species is not recommended for novice aquarium owners as they require careful tank maintenance.Marble Angelfish (pterophyllum scalare) She's eye-balling you! ;-). They are one of the friendliest freshwater fish group. Mine will always come and greet me when I walk in the room or pass on by. I love them, there my little gems!