I have wigglers! These are a couple of the angelfish I've had for months; the third i had to move out because they will attack to keep others away from the eggs, or in this case, babies. Right now they are a mass of tiny fins frantically swimming where mom and dad put them because they still "stick" to the leaf - I am hoping dad does not eat them tonight cause that would just be a little heart breaking, but this is their first spawn so I do not expect much of it specially since I am letting them raise them.
This is the second pair I have gotten out of this group, the first were sold as separate but possible pair and after shipping they decided to pair up and spawn for their new owner - sadly their eggs got eaten. These two I've been watching for a while and most likely a couple days ago they decided to spawn and now they have little teeny weeny babies to take care of (most which look nothing like fish despite them having eyes and tails), if these guys make it they won't look like angelfish for a while lol.