- Jul 25, 2020
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- Kansas city, KS, United States
I have a pair of angels that mated together in May and are now super aggressive towards one another. I'm not positive which is the male and female, but the one who hovered most over the eggs which I assumed was female is being bit and attacked by the assumed male. The pair hasn't had a history of violence towards each other and they're the only angels in the tank. There's a community of tetras, a couple of barbs, and a algae eater in a 50 gallon that is mediumly decorated. Water change has not been recently done so I don't believe it's the territorial hormones they emit being replaced. What could be causing this aggression? I'm worried bc the female has a decent rip in her tail that I want to see heal but has only grown with the male attacking.