Can angelfish live with catfish?
It depends on the catfish. if it is a small catfish ( 1-5 inches) sometimes the angelfish will try to eat it. if it is a medium sized catfish (6-9inches) you will be fine. BUT if you get a large catfish (10 inches and over) it will terrorize your angelfish by nipping at the angelfishes fins and if big enough will eat it. some of the catfish you can mix is a Cory catfish, Redtail catfish, upside down catfish and rubber lip catfish but that is all. Another thing is you should get the fish when they are young because angelfish are territorial.
one last thing is that to mix the two fish you should get a tank 25 gallons or over or they will be too crammed and die even though 25 gallons is pretty large angelfish can grow up to 10 inches and all of the catfish that can mix can grow up to 7 inches
Angelfish are compatible with: Other angelfish Barbs Cory catfish Danios and minnows Gouramis Loaches Mollies Platies Plecos Rainbowfish Rasboras Sharks Swordtails Tetras They can usually live with eels, crab and, shrimp but not always. The size of the Angelfish does not matter.
Bigger fish eat angelfish such as catfish.
There are numerous tropical fish that live in jungles. Some examples of jungle fish include angelfish, piranha, tiger fish, and some varieties of catfish.
no. EDIT: Incorrect. Fishyfisher82 has a two year old veil angelfish in a 36gal tank (and all the size that implies) with a trio of glass cats who have been coexisting for well over a year. So long as the fish can swim quickly and are not too tiny, and you only have ONE angelfish, you're fine. Angelfish will most likely eat guppies, though.
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Angelfish like to live alone. Angelfish are very feisty fish.
Yes, Angelfish live in the corals.
Angelfish live in almost all the continents.
Yes angelfish do live in the coral reefs.
Angelfish live in water. They do not get it.
Yes angelfish only naturally live in salt water the fresh water angelfish is a Hybrid
Many of the Tetra family of fish have similar water requirements as do Corydoras catfish and some of the Amazonian Dwarf cichlids from the Apistograma family. Knowing that Angelfish (Pterophylum scalare) are cichlids and will hunt (as a pack sometimes)and trap and eat small fish, I would avoid Neons but would probably include Cardinal Tetras as about the smallest fish to house with Angels. The minimum sized tank I would use for Angelfish to live… Read More
Freshwater angelfish can.
There are many types of angelfish that live all over the world. Generally, angelfish live in freshwater where it stays warm most of the time.
Black Ghost Knife Fish are semi-agressive. They should be fine though. The angelfish should be fine.
long do catfish live in saltwater
The average Angelfish can live up to half a year (6 months)
Freshwater Angelfish live in rivers, in the shallow sunny areas. Marine angelfish mostly live in and around coral reefs, also a very sunny area.
There are freshwater and marine varieties of angelfish.
That depends on the species of catfish unfortunately. Corydoras are common freshwater aquarium catfish and can live from 10-15 years.
Marine angelfish live amongst the tropical reefs, bommies and corals. They live in the Euphotic zone, which is known as the sunlit zone.
Angelfish Barracuda Catfish Dolphin Eel Flying Fish Guppy Hammerhead Shark
Yes they could, however angelfish are tropical and alligators aren't. Caimans, cousins to the alligator, naturally eat them though. ;)
Angelfish usually live in the shallows, on tropical islands
flat headed catfish live in the nothern hudson.
Yes,Neon tetras and catfish live together well.
Catfish lay eggs.
Marine Angelfish are found amongst the tropical reefs, bommies and corals.
They can live anywhere from 5 to 10 years. Some over 12 years old. Angelfish can live for 6-7 years if they are well cared for.
Not entirely.Most catfish species are freshwater. Though some catfish, like Hardhead catfish are saltwater catfish. Some catfish species can live in both fresh and salt water.
You have 6 tetras and 2 zebra danios and 1 angelfish in a 10 gallon tank what bottom feeder would go well with the other fish?
Probably a large Cory catfish (they only get to 3-4 inches) so that it doesn't get eaten or attacked by the Angelfish. P.S. the Angelfish needs a tank of at least 30 gallons to be happy.
Angelfish live in saltwater
They do not get water. They live in it.
No...they are born catfish and die catfish they do not change in to another animal and change the place they live at like frogs
catfish usually live at the bottom of freshwater lakes and rivers
Yes, a catfish is a fresh water fish.
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Goldfish can live for a very long time. On average 6-8 years, but in nature they can live to be 30 years. Angelfish should live for at least 5 years, up to around 12 years. However, between the 2, Angelfish die much much easier. They are pretty sensitive.
they can and they will.. but why take the risk? catfish will control the population of your tilapia... so you need to decide catfish or tilapia?
In all probability they will die. Some catfish (there are hundreds of species of catfish)are cold water fish and others are tropical so I can not say about that. The only fresh water"Dragonfish" I know of is the Gobie (Gobioides broussonnetii) and it is definitely a very tropical fish and a very hard to keep little fish at that. Angel fish would handle the same conditions as the Gobie but Goldfish are a coldwater fish… Read More
Dwarf angelfish which are typically territorial, live in freshwater usually near coral reefs. Source(s): http://animalbucket.com/archives/194
bettas will attack guppies angelfish will eat guppies
No. Eventually the turtle will kill the catfish.
Yes. But large catfish eat small bluegill.
they live in a river not an ocean
sometimes they do live in holes
Yes, they can, but they usually are with a mate or are alone. If you do have more than a pair in a tank, then make sure they can each have their own territory. Angelfish can be very territorial.