Fish Angels Pygmy Angels
I'm constantly being asked ... Are You Selling Fish Anymore?
Quick answer is - yes & no. I will not be bringing in more until international flights are normalized. The vast majority of the reef fish we keep are collected in the Indo Pacific area and need cargo flights to come into the US. What used to be a 2 day flight is now 4 days & many are perishing from the stress. Given the extreme mortality rate, super high costs per animal & shipping, I've decided to wait & put my focus on my soft & LPS coral aquaculture efforts. I remain hopeful that "normal" is around the corner & once it is, I plan to bring in fish livestock again. I will certainly post on my website AND send a newsletter when that happens.
Note, I also work with US livestock collectors so will continue to bring in their inventory which is mainly CUC & sometimes fish.
MIN 75 gallon tank with rock. All Pygmy Angels offered here I consider to be "reef safe". I've had them with clams & haven't seen any bad behaviors in my soft & LPS coral tanks. They are easy keepers when fed a good diet & can be housed together when introduced properly. All Angels need a MIN 75 gallon+ tank with plenty of rock. Angel fish are constant swimmers & need the space! Do NOT put them in tanks smaller than a 75g! In my 20+ years experience with them I've found we can have multiple Pygmy Angels in a 75g+ aquarium. The best success to have multiple different Pygmy Angels is to introduce them at the same time & better yet, with different body styles (LB = Long Body or SB = Short Body). Pygmy Angels are avid swimmers & are always searching their tank for a tasty morsel so again, live rock is needed as well as a min tank size of 75 gallons. Worthy of note ... I have a Flame Angel & a Lemonpeel Angel in my 220g #1 tank ... both 14 years as of 2019!
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First time customer. Everything was well packaged and in good health. Will be ordering again ...Terry · Reviews · 21 days ago