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I have little wrigglers coming from my Angelfish eggs.

They spawned in the community tank so I set up another tank and moved them and the parents into it.

-So now there are wrigglers, so I know they have been fertilised.. Should I leave the parents in.. or take them out? I am thinking I should take them out.. but?? I'm not sure..

And if anyone knows of where I can find some more information. Or if someone wants to fill me in - please do!

Thanks!

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Depends on the fish .... some will eat their eggs... others wait for fry to dine on them... others will be great parents... a lot of people suggest letting nature take its course for the first couple of spawnings to see what the parents do.

If they are egg eaters or fry eaters you can remove the parents at the right time. Be careful of the fry picking at the parents - if they do this for too long it can weaken the parents slime coat and scales, let disease attack, etc...

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Watching the angelfish video really inspired me to breed them however im more of a plants guy....

next video he is making will be growing brine shrimp to adults, then i think breeding bristle noses

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