Last night I found my blue smokey angel dead, I have no idea why. It was always a fish that ate well but was a bit withdrawn and shy at times, it had a nice design when I bought it over time it was losing it but not to the point of not being attractive, a shame.
Almost a year after I published this thread, I have decided to make a list of all the fish that have passed through my tank since I installed it, as well as the current status of each one, I think it may be interesting to have a record like this, and compare it with the following year.
1.Marble angel yelllow - SOLD
2.Marble angel orange - SOLD
3.Albino pearlscale angel - IN TANK
4.Koi angel - SOLD
5.Wild scalare angel - DEAD
6.Bulgarian red cheek angel - SOLD
7.Smokey angel - SOLD
8.Trichopsis vittata - DEAD
9.Dicrossus filamentosus x3 - 2 DEAD, 1 IN LFS AMAZON DISPLAY
10.Albino corydoras x10 - 5 DEAD, 5 SOLD.
11.Melanotaenia australis x4 - SOLD
12.Masoratherina ladigesi x5 - DEAD
13.Peckoltia vittata - IN TANK
14.German blue ram - DEAD
15.Hypancistrus contradens - DEAD
16.Albino gold angel - DEAD
17.Melanotaenia boesemani - SOLD
18.Apistogramma trifasciata - DEAD
18.Electric blue ram - DEAD
19.Flying fox x2 - 1 DEAD, 1 IN TANK
20.Blue phantom angel - IN TANK
21.Corydoras loxozonus x5 - DEAD
22.Corydoras pygmaeus x2 - DEAD
23.Corydoras agassizii - IN TANK
24.Trichogaster chuna pair - IN TANK
25.Pelvicachromis pulcher - DEAD
25.Corydoras elegans x3 - IN TANK
26.Corydoras loxozonus - DEAD
27.Glossolepis incisus x3 - 2 SOLD, 1 IN TANK
28.Geophagus red tapajos - IN LFS AMAZON DISPLAY
29.Corydoras adolfoi x3 - IN TANK
30.Corydoras elegans x2 - IN TANK
31.Thayeria boehlkei x5 - IN TANK
32.Corydoras habrosus x3 - IN TANK
33.Botia kubotai - IN TANK
34.Red cap angel - IN TANK
35.Apistogramma borelli - DEAD
36.Red koi angel - IN TANK
I have some decent photos of my angels, I just finished doing a water change, I did not remember when it was the last time I did it, I have had the tank a little forgotten, but all the fish are doing quite well, I would love to add some cichlid but for some reason everyone I've had has died sooner or later, excluding angelfishes of course.
Thank you, all the angels gathered to eat the eggs of the laying. My red cap angel has not grown much, I have no idea why, he eats very well. I'm sure the red koi has increased in size, and colors too, I love its light blue pelvic fins.
Possibly something that is lacking in the diet, I'm not sure, although it wouldn't make sense if the other angels are growing up. The same in your case.
I would like to raise the fry because they would undoubtedly be attractive fish, this was their third clutch, but they have never been born.