Prepare yourself for a crash-course in artificially rearing Angelfish (Pterophyllum sp.) as recorded by Lee Gordon of Angelmania.net
Fish don’t always put their eggs where you want—It turns out that these wayward eggs can be salvaged, and it’s easier than you think.
Part 1 examines how Amazonas Editor Matt Pedersen sets up artificial incubation of Angelfish eggs.
Part 2 follows the development of Angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare) eggs from incubation and hatching to juvenile fish.
Frank Baensch introduces the world to the first captive-reared anthias, Odontanthius fuscipinnis, a Hawaiian deepwater rarity.