Types of Angelfish: The Many Freshwater Angelfish Varieties

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Freshwater angelfish - zebra angelfish. The name comes from the stripes of this fish; while other varieties have only three stripes, this kind can have four or five. Most of the time they are smaller than other angelfish, but this also makes them faster.
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Angelfish have distinct personalities. They are territorial in the presence of food, mates or eggs. If you're thinking of setting up a community tank, whether salt- or freshwater, use care in the selection of the other fish you place with angelfish. Since angelfish are little gluttons, they'll happily gobble up tossed-in food without a care in the world for the other fish in the tank who are hungry. Furthermore, they can be quite nasty and inflict wounds resulting in torn fins if placed in a tank with fish they perceive as a threat, such as bettas, fancy guppies or tetras. Zebra fish and other small, fast-moving fish are fine with angels as they can quickly get out of the way. Freshwater angelfish - zebra angelfish. The name comes from the stripes of this fish; while other varieties have only three stripes, this kind can have four or five.
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