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Blue Pinoy Veil Widefin Angelfish
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Very similar to the Veil Angelfish only with much shorter fins. It has a silver base with a black pattern and sometimes an orange line on the top of the fish.
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A beautiful strain of angelfish with golden/white coloration, the Gold Veil Angel has long, thin fins that typically extend past the length of the body.
These graceful features combined with its striking color make the Gold Veil Angel a true standout in planted aquariums. ☆¤°.¸¸.·´¯`black veiltail angelfish
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MARBLE ANGELFISH-Very similar to the Veil Angelfish only with much shorter fins. It has a silver base with a black pattern and sometimes an orange line on the top of the fish.Angelfish Tank Set-Up: When setting up an aquarium to house your angelfish pair, remember that this is one fish where a tall aquarium must be considered for reasons other than aesthetics. It is not uncommon for properly cared for veil angelfish to reach 12 inches or more from the top of the dorsal to the tip of the anal fin. If a breeding angelfish pair is cramped, they may not feel secure. So, make sure you give them plenty of room. We recommend a 20-gallon "high" as the smallest aquarium to house a pair. Angelfish need to feel secure in order to do well and to breed freely. Their natural environment is one of slow moving water that has many hiding places such as roots and tall plants. Although, gravel is not recommended in the breeding set-up, potted plants and/or cured driftwood is fine. If the angelfish spawn on the plants or driftwood, remove these items until they spawn on the desired medium - spawning slate or MAG slate. After the angelfish pair has had a spawn or two on a spawning slate, they will usually continue to use the slate, even after you put the plants back in. Approximately 60% of people order veils when getting fish. Many prefer the look of veils to standard fins and assume that they will get similar fry if the parents both are veils. What they often fail to consider is that the desirable heterozygous veils that many like, will produce 25% homozygous veils that many don't like. The double dose veils will also grow slower and are generally weaker fish. Decades of breeding and raising fish have led us to the conclusion that the best cross for producing good looking veils is by mating a standard fin angelfish to another with normal length veil. Although you can produce 100% heterozygous veils by crossing a superveil (homozygous veil) to a wild-type, this cross is not always the most desirable. The double dose veil parent is often weaker and doesn't breed as well. The much stronger standard finned fish can often dominate the situation and cause pair problems. The heterozygous veil crossed to a standard will produce 100% strong, fast growing fish of which 50% will be the normal length veil. Not only that, but if you're looking to resell the fish, approximately 30-40% of people prefer the standard wild-type fins and will look elsewhere if you don't have them. Black Veil Angelfish prefer a well planted aquarium with rocks and driftwood. They need plenty of room to swim so they should be housed in a 30 gallon aquarium or larger. The water in the aquarium should be slightly acidic.Black Veil Angelfish, also referred to as Black Lace Angelfish, are full black in color with long flowing fins that are accentuated with a beautiful black lace.I'm no angelfish expert, just based on my experiences! I have two veils and two "mutts" for lack of a better term! All the varieties look good and have their charms.