msawdey, I thought 70 seemed a little chilly. For anyone who cares, the day after I moved my one pair to their own 20XH tank, they laid eggs! I would say maybe a little under 100, and only 2 weren't fertilized. So far on day two they have yet to eat the eggs, which I take as a good sign.
If they manage to hatch...is there any point I should move the little ones to the 10 gallon I have set up for breeding or just let the parents raise em up?? I would personally like to keep this tank for parent raised angels if thats even possible....thoughts?
O yea here is a pic of the eggs