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Proper Maintenance Techniques for Angelfish Aquarium

Proper Maintenance Techniques for Angelfish Aquarium




Description: want to have healthy angelfish? Here are the maintenance techniques for aquarium angelfish you must know.

Angelfish are favorite fish pets due to their elegant forms and beautiful colors. Natives to South American freshwater, these fish require proper maintenance techniques for aquarium angelfish. They are not difficult to keep, but you must provide the right habitat to keep them healthy, especially if you plan to breed them.

Aquarium Preparation for Angelfish
There are several basic preparations you must make to keep angelfish:

• Proper aquarium size
Angelfish can live in a 29-gallon tank, but if you plan to have more than six, you need to purchase a slightly bigger one, such as between 49 and 60 gallons. This large tank rule also applies if you plan to breed them in one tank.

• Plant vibrant aquatic plants
Angelfish originally live in a river, so they will be happy if their habitats are well-planted. They use plants to hide, rest, or lay their eggs. Some of the best plants for angelfish aquarium are water sprite, wisteria, and Java moss.

• Equip the aquarium with filter
The regular hang-on-back filter is adequate for a small angelfish aquarium. However, it is best to buy a power filter, with more filtration power and durable construction. Your aquarium water will be clear for much longer.

• Keep the proper water temperature
Angelfish are quite hardy, but they will feel happier if you keep the water temperature in around 26 to 27 degrees Celsius, or about 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (the higher number is suitable for breeding).

Finally, don’t forget to add freshwater gravels at the bottom of the tank. Choose gravels that can create the natural cycle of the fish’ habitat. This is especially important for captive angelfish.

Tips to Choose Filter for Different Aquariums
Angelfish are easily stressed by too much movements in the water. Some filter types can cause them to feel stressed because of the bubbling movements. This is because they instinctively try to swim against the currents, and angelfish’ bodies are not designed to swim in strong currents.

If you want to breed angelfish, but cannot afford expensive filter, sponge filter can be an option. If you keep them in a display tank, such as in an office or public facility, you can install under-gravel filter. For a large population of angelfish, a whole-tank filter is the best option.

Finally, make sure that your aquarium is not overpopulated or underpopulated. Angelfish swim in small group, but they can compete for food or mate. Therefore, keep them in at least six-fish group, but no more than eight.

Knowing maintenance techniques for angelfish aquarium will make your fish live long. All good owners can enjoy their angelfish for eight or even ten years with good maintenance.

References:

http://angelsplus.com/ArticleCare.htm
https://aquariumtidings.com/angelfish-care/

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