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Old 07-27-2013, 01:22 AM   #71
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Ok, thank you!
You're welcome.

The flakes have some veggie material in them. They share an occasional algae wafer with my shrimp.

This is an Old vid of one of my tanks. Cory. habrosus eating frozen baby Brine Shrimp

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Old 07-27-2013, 07:41 AM   #72
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How long ago did you get them? They look very happy and healthy in the pic .
I would say about a year maybe a little more. The second one looks identical just a little smaller. They are together almost all of the time , funny to watch.
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My little julii is my favorite fish! She loves to ride the bubbles up from the airstone and the swims to the bottom to do it again. If another fish comes along to hog the bubbles, she just moves somewhere else and finds more bubbles. She is active and curious and I never know where to look for her in the tank or what she will do next.
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My little julii is my favorite fish! She loves to ride the bubbles up from the airstone and the swims to the bottom to do it again. If another fish comes along to hog the bubbles, she just moves somewhere else and finds more bubbles. She is active and curious and I never know where to look for her in the tank or what she will do next.
That'd be really fun to watch! A Cory riding the bubbles then falling back down .
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albinos never EVER slow down it stop moving lmao
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albinos never EVER slow down it stop moving lmao
All cories are like that . Active little fish .
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Used to love this albino I had, he lived forever! Survived a move from the form back home (about a 2 hour drive) n the floor board of about a 25% full tank... Lil hearty mo fo
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I love my metae's! Absolutely my favorite! Also known as Bandit cories.


There's also a pretty cool one up for auction this week on aquabid from Lotsoffish, Cory virginiea, but I believe they are pretty rare as I've never seen them available before.


Juhlii's and pandas are also really cool, I always wanted them, but along with peppered, emerald, and albino, they are just too common for me, so I went with the Bandit's. I think I also have a small school of habrosus, along with a single peppered male somewhere in my 28g, but I never see them because they all blend in to my heavily planted tank so well.

Pictures with lava rock in them are metae's, and the black background is the virginiea
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I love my metae's! Absolutely my favorite! Also known as Bandit cories.

There's also a pretty cool one up for auction this week on aquabid from Lotsoffish, Cory virginiea, but I believe they are pretty rare as I've never seen them available before.

Juhlii's and pandas are also really cool, I always wanted them, but along with peppered, emerald, and albino, they are just too common for me, so I went with the Bandit's. I think I also have a small school of habrosus, along with a single peppered male somewhere in my 28g, but I never see them because they all blend in to my heavily planted tank so well.

Pictures with lava rock in them are metae's, and the black background is the virginiea
I love badit cories too! And Lotsoffish is a great seller. I might go and try to get those Cory virginiea.
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