FORUM

Notifications
Clear all

Angelfish


waterboy
(@waterboy)
Eminent Member Registered
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 25
Topic starter  

Angelfish

New Platinums….These are the same as Bulgarian Seal Points except without the black gene. 8 months old, getting ready to pair up. They have reversed stripes and a hint if black in their dorsal fin.  Add a black gene and make your own Bulgarian Seal Points. Picture below.

Blue Silvers…..These are from the same batch. These are het for Bulgarian Green. 8 months old, getting ready to pair up. Any two that spawn will throw 25% double dose Bulgarian Green (bg), probably New Platinums..

Clowns….quarter size, some are veils

Black Clowns….quarter size, some are veils

Black Lace….quarter size, some are veils

German Blue Blushers….quarter size, some are veils

Zebras….quarter size or a little bigger, some are veils

Blue Silvers and Blue Ghosts….quarter size

Located 5 mi. south of Waukesha, abt. a mile north of I-43 Hy164 junction.

This topic was modified 2 years ago by waterboy

Quote
fancyangelfish
(@fancyangelfish)
New Member
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 2
 

Hey There! You mentioned prior about having some Blue Seal Points.  I am interested in an adult female or small group of adult BSPs if not sure if female.  If you have any available and if you ship, please email me at:  brucef3@gmail.com

Thank you,

Bruce


ReplyQuote
waterboy
(@waterboy)
Eminent Member Registered
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 25
Topic starter  

Sorry, don't have any Seal Points for sale right now.  I don't think there is any such thing as a Blue Seal Point.


ReplyQuote
fancyangelfish
(@fancyangelfish)
New Member
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 2
 

lol.  You are correct, I meant Bulgarian Seal Points. My bad.  Thanks for the response!  Okay then, I would be interested in your adult New Platinums then.  Can you send me pricing information?  brucef3@gmail.com

This post was modified 2 years ago 2 times by fancyangelfish

ReplyQuote
KaitieG
(@kaitieg)
New Member
Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 2
 

Hi!

I realize this post is over a year old, but I've been trying to source some local angelfish for months.  I think you actually helped connect me to Tom near Madison, but he had a disaster in his setup, apparently, and the fish I've been waiting months for died.  He has some very young ones around, but he says they won't be ready for a few more months.  I'm just curious if you have any available?

Kaitie


ReplyQuote
waterboy
(@waterboy)
Eminent Member Registered
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 25
Topic starter  

@kaitieg

I always have Angels available. I have a wholesale customer that just bought all my quarter size ones. I do have some dime to nickel sized ones and a few prebreeders. How many and what size are you looking for? I have Seal Points, New Platinums. Blues, Silvers and a few Blacks. I live 5 miles south of Waukesha so I am not sure how local I am.

This post was modified 10 months ago by waterboy

ReplyQuote
KaitieG
(@kaitieg)
New Member
Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 2
 

@waterboy Waukesha is only a little less local than Madison, so that's not too big of an issue.  I'm looking to add either a single angel or a pair to a 95 gallon mostly livebearer community tank for two purposes--I need something big enough to stand out in that size tank and have always loved angels and I also want something that will keep the fry population in check.  The tank is heavily planted and well established.  I do have hard water, so if you have any that you think are most adaptable to that issue, that's what I'm mostly looking for.  With the planted tank, I think Platinums and/or Blues would stand out best.  I was thinking of looking for about half-dollar sized angels, but I'm open to suggestions.  I've done lots of different fish, but not angels yet!


ReplyQuote
Share: