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Old 05-08-2011, 11:43 PM   #41
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Tank looks great! Very natural.
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oh so peppered corys how big do they get?
I was told no bigger than 2 inches
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Tank looks great! Very natural.
Thanks I am happy with the 26, I hope my new one turns out just as good. I watched the fish for an hour tonight and the Ram just cruises like he knows he's the big daddy!
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Since it's freshwater, it's a lot easier to upgrade to a larger tank. But I mean, since Corys like groups, and 6 corys would already be a pretty stocked tank, I'd go without a centerpiece fish. Honestly I'd get rid of the Corys you have so you can get a dwarf gourami or ram, and possibly some tetras or hatchet fish.
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Ah, you did get the ram. haha.

Oh, and I see that the Corys don't even get to two inches, so they're fine. Beautiful tank. Was just erring on the side of caution because some Corys get quite large.
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