Aquarium Fish, Tropical Fish, and Goldfish for sale |

Aquarium Fish, Tropical Fish, and Goldfish for Sale Online |

  Mobile     Search     Apps     Ordering     Shipping     Delivery     About     Newsletter     DryGoods


is usually $36.99

Or only $17.99 to Southern California.

on Orders totaling $169.99 before taxes and shipping charges. 

Featured Today
New Arrivals
Buy 6 and Save
Rare Fish
Premium Fish

Free Fish !
My Favorites
Most Popular
Beginner's Fish

Baby Fish
Our Blog
Aquarium Info

Search Site Info
About Our Fish Ordering
Freshwater Fish
Cool Fish
Fish for Sale

Click on to see more links.
African Cichlids
S. Am. Cichlids
C. Am. Cichlids
Betta Fish
Popular Fish
Wild Fish
Goldfish & Koi
More Fish
Pet Critters
Live Plants
Featured Fish
Indexes of Fish
Compatible Fish
Saltwater Fish
Feeding Fish
Water Quality
Fish Stress
Homes for Fish
Fish Ponds
Amazon Fish
Pics of Fish
Videos of Fish
Aquarium Pics
Email Replies
Breeding Fish
Names for Fish
Click on to see more links.






Page 2 about
Keeping Angelfish
This page contains Customer Comments and our Replies about Freshwater Angelfish.

Click here to go back to the first page in this discussion about Angelfish.

Click here to buy Angelfish.


Customer Comments

when are you going to be selling Angelfish? i am interested in getting some albino angelfish and cant seem to find them anywheres. do you have any info on where i might find some for sale? (at a reasonable price)
thank you for your help,
nina :)
Reply. Hello Nina. We do not anticipate selling Freshwater Angelfish at, and we do not know of anyone who supplies Albino Angelfish. We apologize if our reply disappoints you.

Update: we now have a new source of very strong Angelfish, and we are selling them again.

Click here to buy Angelfish.


Customer Comments

My large tank holds angles .... I have always admired the serpae tetra, and I would love to place a few in my angel tank, but I'm afraid being that they tend to be fin nippers. I see that you have stated that they make good tank mates do you see this from experience.
Tony P.
Las Vegas

Reply. First, I have kept Angelfish in the same aquarium with Serpae Tetras.

Click here to read a list of compatible tank mates for Angelfish and read that Serpae Tetras are included in that list.

Click here to read more about the Serpae Tetras in my aquarium that nipped on other fish, until I fed the Serpaes some Live Black Worms every other day.

Click here to read more about Live Black Worms.

Regular Angelfish with shorter fins swim faster and are less likely to get nipped than Veil Tail Angels, which have longer fins, swim more slowly, and are about the most likely type of fish to be nipped by other species of fish such as Serpaes and tiger Barbs.

Like most schooling fish, the more Serpaes you have the less they will nip other species. I always recommend you keep at least six Serpaes.

I think there are several different species of Tetras that are sold in live fish stores as Serpaes, and what I've told you here about my experiences with Serpae Tetras may not hold true for all these different species of Tetras that are sold as Serpaes.

It may hold, but I haven't tested it with all the similar Tetra Fish. The fish that sells as Serpaes are the same ones that I've kept and tested.

In conclusion I'd say that if you keep a group of at least six Serpae Tetras with short finned Angels in an aquarium with at least 50-gallons of water and feed them live Black Worms three times a week, then the Serpaes will probably not nip the short finned Angels.

This is what I know based on what I've actually done, and so this is the best advice that I can give you. It is not guaranteed to work for you, but I think it probably will.


Customer Comments

i have two black striped Angelfish. sometimes the stripes dissappear, why is this happening
Reply. I'm not sure why Angelfish change color. I've also notice that my Angels change color from time to time.

I know that Angelfish are members of the Cichlid family, and Cichlids change their body colors and their patterns to communicate with each other.

So your Angel may be trying to communicate with other Angels, even if you only have one Angel in your aquarium.

Angels also change color, when they are stressed.

Click here to read more about some Signs of Stress and Disease.


Customer Comments

hi i have two goldfish, a tiger striped angel looking fish (breed unknown), and a peacock eel in my aquarium. i had a couple of neons that died in the  night after i put them in there. i was wondering if the eel might have killed  them. the rest of the fish seem to get along sometimes it even looks like  they are playing together in the current from the filter system. and also the  other fish didn't seem interested in the neons. this is a puzzle to me i guess you can tell i am new at keeping fish.
thank you for your help,
Reply. Jennifer, you should research the fish you buy, before you buy them to be sure they are compatible with each other.

In the future I suggest you go to our Search Page.

Click here now to go to our Search Page and put that page in the favorites folder of your web browser.

At our Search Page enter the phrases Neon Tetras, Peacock Eel, Angels, and the other fish you have in your aquarium.

The Search Page will help you find information about your fish including information about compatible tank mates for your fish.

Click here to read about Neon Tetras, and you'll see that Eels and Angels are not recommended as compatible tank mates for Neon Tetras.

Click here to go to the paragraph about compatible tank mates for Angels, where you'll read, "As Angels grow larger, they become very efficient at stalking and eating small fish like Guppies and Neon Tetras."

Click here to read about Spiny Eels eating small fish such as Guppies and Neon Tetras.

I think your suspicions about your Peacock Eel are probably correct. Peacock Eels are nocturnal feeders that come out at night to feed on worms, shrimps, and small fish.

Finally, your Goldfish are not compatible with any of your other fish, because the Goldfish need cool water and Goldfish food, but your other fish need warm water and Tropical Fish food.


Customer Comments

Hello, I'd like to ask a quick question. I have a 10 gal. tank with a large angelfish. I had two smaller angelfish and two tetras in there previously, but they all died. I am beginning to think my one remaining angelfish is behind it all. I love fish, and having one fish in a 10 gal. tank seems like a waste to me.

Is there anything I can do? If I put an agressive fish in with him, will they kill each other? If I change his surroundings and put him and new fish in at the same time will he be agressive towards them? I would really like to get some more fish in there, but Jaws (the angelfish) is making it impossible!

Thanks for all your help.
E. M.

Reply. Hello E.M. Angelfish belong to a group of fish called Cichlids, which are generally aggressive fish.

Click here to go to another page in this website and read more about Angelfish.

On that page in the paragraph titled "Compatibility" you can read,

"Either one Angel to an aquarium or more than 3. Angels are Cichlids and like most Cichlids, if you keep just 2 or 3 in the same aquarium, the strongest one will make the others miserable.

Angels do very well in a group with 6 or more Angels in a large aquarium with at least 50-gallons of water that is at least 18" deep."

You had three Angels and the strongest one probably made the weaker ones miserable. A 10-gallon aquarium is much too small for Angelfish.

On the page about Angelfish you can also read about Compatible tank mates for Angels.

Click here now to go on to another page in this website that contains Customer Comments and our Replies about Angel Fish.
Copyright © 2000-2020
All Rights Reserved
Premium Aquarium Fish


Aquarium Decorations and Ornaments. Click on this image for more information.
Koi - Click on this image for more information about Koi.
Pet Fish Talk is an Internet-Radio Talk Show about Keeping Pet Fish in Aquariums, Fish Bowls and Ponds, that is hosted by the Bailey Brothers, DrTom and Nevin, from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, PT, each Wednesday. Click on this image for more information about Pet Fish Talk.
BIO-Wheel Aquarium Filters. Click on this image for more information.
Click on this image to see a list of over 100 short videos of Tropical Fish.
Champion Koi Show. Expert information about Koi Fish and Ponds.