Pet Fish Talk Interview features
Jay from Evansville, Indiana, who regularly calls and shares his knowledge about keeping and breeding freshwater fish. In this interview Jay explains how he would go about buying some young Angelfish.
This picture shows almost all of Tom's 55-gallon Angelfish Aquarium. Tom' got all these Angels from AquariumFish.net. Farther down on this page you can see individual pictures of some these Angelfish.
hear this interview,
which is about 12-minutes long and
packed full of Jay's useful comments about buying Angelfish.
This picture shows a pair of Angelfish with some eggs that they had just laid on a rock. The eggs are tan colored and just to the right of the arrow head. The Angel on the left is a slightly marbled gold Angel, and the Angel on the right is a Marbled Angel. Angels come in many color varieties and some differently shaped varieties, such as veil tail and pearl scale.
Brief Summary of this Special Show
Jay from Evansville, Indiana, calls Pet Fish Talk and talks with Tom and Nevin about how he would go about buying some new Angelfish for his aquariums. By the way, Jay has an interesting web site, Fishy Review. Click here to visit Jay's site. Click here to see an interesting article about setting up an aquarium to raise baby fish.
Gold Veiltail Angel
This Gold Veiltail Angel lives in Tom's 55-gallon Angelfish Aquarium, which is shown above on this page.
Beautiful Gold Marble Angelfish
Two pictures taken this week of very beautiful Gold Marble Angel Fish. Every young Angel Fish seems to spend most of its time and energy searching for food.
A Silver Angel from Tom's Aquarium
The same Silver Angel
Anther picture of the same Angelfish
A Gold Marble Angel with two Genes for Marble
A Gold Veiltail Angel
A Gold Marble Angel with one Gene for Marble
Gold Marbled Angelfish
Gold Marbled Angelfish
Marble Veiltail Angel with two Genes for Marble
Is this a Smokey Chocolate Half-Black Angel ?
To me exactly what this Angelfish is called doesn't matter much. I think it's a female. You can see it's blunt breeding tube just barely extending, but it has not spawned, so I can't be sure. I like this fish very much. Later Jay told me this a Leopard Angel.
An Email from Jay from Evansville, Indiana
"I was looking at your angel pics from Wednesday's live show. The one isn't a smokey chocolate half black. It appears to be a smokey leopard. Leopards start out looking like the picture you have on AquariumFish.net, but look more like smokeys when they get older. If it was chocolate, the smokey coloring would come pretty much all the way to its eyes. I have a bunch of leopards and that guy looks like all my fish. I also have a chocolate blushing that I'll have to post a picture of. Thanks, Jay"
Gold Marbled Veiltail Angelfish
I think this fish is just gorgeous !! It is now mild tempered and likes to eat.
Gold Veiltail Angel
Another very very beautiful Angelfish. I just ordered some Angelfish from AquariumFish.net, and Nevin delivered them in person the next Wednesday just before Pet Fish Talk.
Another picture of the fish shown in picture above this picture.
A Marbled Veil on the left, a Half-Black Veil in the middle, and a Gold Marble Veil below, and all of them are hungry. The Marbled Veil apparently has two genes for marble, but the Gold Marble apparently has one gene for marble, and so has fewer black markings.
Another picture of what Jay called a Leopard Veil.
Another picture of the Gold Marbled Veiltail Angelfish
Jet Black Angelfish
Whoa !! I like this Angelfish a lot. It's a Jet Black Angel, and it's always been my smallest Angel. But it's very interesting to watch because it's very energetic and often swims away from the other Angels to explore on it's own.
Same Jet Black Angelfish
Again the same Jet Black Angel
Marbled Veiltail Angelfish
This angelfish, shown above, seems special with its big black veiltail.
Where to buy Angelfish?
Well that is the point of this show. We recommend that you follow Jay's
advice. All of the Freshwater Angelfish, shown on this page, came from
here to buy Angelfish now.
The fish show just above is a Saltwater Angelfish. The comments in this
show are about Freshwater Angelfish and do not necessarily apply to
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