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Old 11-23-2014, 11:55 AM   #21
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Sounds perfectly normal to me, main reason I love and keep corys is their high activity levels and as my wife says "they're lil wigglers"
Haha... they are indeed. Thanks.
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Had to buy 2 more elegans as they're so cool, also bought Julii and mellini
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Very few stores sell julii. They usually sell C trilineatus as julii.
http://www.scotcat.com/factsheets/c_trilineatus.htm
I refuse to call them "false" julii. Their names means 3 Lined Cory, so I call them 3 Lined or trilineatus. That's just me.

C aeneus or paleatus are both super hardy.

To see super happy Cories get a large tank, a big group and add smooth sand and plants. http://youtu.be/tPOvOije4vQ




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This is how tank with the corys in looks now, 6 weeks after rescape.

That video is great, shows how interesting these fish really are
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Very few stores sell julii. They usually sell C trilineatus as julii.
http://www.scotcat.com/factsheets/c_trilineatus.htm
I refuse to call them "false" julii. Their names means 3 Lined Cory, so I call them 3 Lined or trilineatus. That's just me.

C aeneus or paleatus are both super hardy.

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Yes and thank you! I never understood why I've read in certain posts regarding people obtaining julii cory cats. Everything I've researched has stated that they are rare and hard to find.

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