Are guppies compatible with angelfish

I am getting angelfish and are red wag platies and mollies compatible with the angelfish?
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Dwarf or pygmy angelfish (Centropyge and Paracentropyge spp) are smaller saltwater angelfish, most under 4 inches. They are similar to their larger relatives, but their small size alters their compatibility. You would be hard-pressed to find a fish small enough for them to eat, so cannabalism is less of a concern with these fish. Like their larger relatives, their temperaments range somewhat across the different species, but some generalizations can be made. In most species, you should never keep more than one male -- or similar-looking males of other species -- since they are most aggressive toward their own species. Most dwarf angelfish won't bother other small fish that do not resemble themselves, making them suited for sharing a tank with clownfish, damselfish and wrasses.
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Threadfin-Angelfish compatibility
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Hello WWM crew This is my first time writing although I run into a lotof your posts through Google and find the very helpful. This timehowever, I am stuck. I have a planted 55 Gallon aquarium that wasstarted on July 4th, 2010. Progressing very well, water parameters arewithin normal limits of a planted tank, livestock includes a femaleBlue Ram, Male Kribensis, pair of Cherry Barbs, 5 Pygmy Corydoras, 3Flying Fox, Hillstream Loach, 4 Kuhli loaches, 1 Hummingbird Tetra, and3 male Threadfin Rainbows, I really wanted to know if 1 Angelfish willco-exist with the Threadfins or will the angel fin nip, try to eat, ormake life unbearable for them? I do not want to add the one Angel andfind either my Pygmy Corydoras or Threadfins gone.. Also will oneAngelfish be content by himself or do they always need to be inschools? Thank you! Abdiel David
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PS Sorry I've posted this here, I'm new to the site and didn't see the compability forum. The Angelfish should be kept in groups of 4 and is compatible with the Altum Angelfish, Bala Shark, Black Skirt Tetra, Blind Cave Tetra, Blood Parrot Cichlid, Chinese High Fin, Chocolate Zebra Pleco L270, Congo Tetra, Corydoras Catfish, Diamond Tetra, Dwarf Gourami, Flash Pleco L204, Gardneri Killifish, Giant Gourami, Glass Fish, Honey Gourami, King Tiger Pleco L066, Kissing Gourami, Lemon Spotted Green Pleco L200, Leopard Pleco L114, Molly, Pearl Gourami, Peppermint Pleco L030, Queen Arabesque Pleco L260, Serpae Tetra, Silver Dollar, Silver Hatchetfish, Silver Tip Tetra, Starlight Bristlenose Pleco L183, Sunshine Pleco L014, Three Spot Gourami, Zebra Pleco L046,But beware when you choose its tank mates, because Angelfish are ambush predators and prey on small fish and macro-invertebrates. Angelfish do best in groups of four to six of the same species. Since they are cichlids, they have the inherent cichlid nature: if you keep just two or three Angelfish, the strongest will make the others miserable! Do not keep small fish like tetras or anything else under 2.5 to 3 cm long with Angelfish – you will be providing them with an expensive lunch! If you absolutely must have tetras in your tank, add them when the Angelfish are very young. When they grow up together, the tetras might not be considered food. Also avoid overly aggressive tank mates, or fin nippers like Tiger Barbs or Serpae Tetras. Because of their curiosity, Betta Splendens and Gouramis are not a wise choice either. South American cichlids like Apistogramma, Blue Rams. or Kribensis make compatible tank mates for Angelfish.The typical rule to finding compatible tank mates with Guppies to create a community aquarium tank is to avoid known fin-nibblers, such as Tiger Barbs or Red-Tailed Shark, and fish that grow too big in comparison to Guppies, such as Angelfish. Small and peaceful fish are the best tank mates for Guppies and avoid the ones who will stop for a bite of Guppy’s tail!In pet stores, the freshwater angelfish is typically placed in the semiaggressive category. Some tetras and barbs are compatible with angelfish, but ones small enough to fit in the mouth of the angelfish may be eaten. Generous portions of food should be available so the angelfish do not get hungry and turn on their tank mates.