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Angelfish in 25C water

Discussion in 'Cichlids' started by Questions, Sep 4, 2017.

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    Hi,
    I have an angelfish tank and the temp went to 25c shall i turn on my heater?
     
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    25c is already nice for Angels. I would not let it get cooler though.
     
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    Agree with Jessica there!
     
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    Hi guys
    I have a problem..... a few weeks ago I saw that my one mbuna had eggs.. "mouth very swollen" I tried to get her out of the tank but was difficult as I didn't want to stress her to much. After a few days I found her dead...... guess she was harassed to much. A couple of days ago I saw a similar situation where 2 of my Mbumas were "pregnant" if I can put it that way. Today I saw her pretty bashed up. Tail fin bitten but managed to rescue her and put her into the hospital tank. I still need to find the other one and extract her as well.
    Why is this? Is it bcoz they can't or don't want to defend themselves? I need to know if somebody can give me some positive feedback in this regard.
    Thanks guys and gals
     
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    Hi, you might want to post this as its own thread so that it doesn't get overlooked. There are a lot more details that will be useful. Which I suggest reposting as its own thread.

    How big is your tank?
    What species do you have and how many (males and females) of each?
    What are your water parameters?
     
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    Hi
    My tank is 1.400 x 500 x 500. I have abt 22 mbumas in my tank and one catfish. All my parameters are good temp is fine and flow good. I have one aggressive a aurutas chichlid in there as well and don't know if that is the cause of the problem. I did a water change abt 2 was ago as well
     

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