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Old 09-03-2009, 09:34 PM   #1
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New arrangement

I added a log and did a bit of an overhaul on my 20g fw community. What do ya'll think?









I love these corys, they are either 'on' or 'off'; No middle ground.


Current stock: Two female guppies, Two little corydoras whos name i cant recall, 3 hengels rasboras, and two guppy fry drops, one about three weeks+/- the other maybe three days.
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wow, nice looking tank
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:07 PM   #3
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I really like that!
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I like it. Whats in it, i can spot some guppies (female), some harlequin tetras, and some peppered cories.
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Current stock: Two female guppies, Two little corydoras whos name i cant recall, 3 hengels rasboras, and two guppy fry drops, one about three weeks+/- the other maybe three days.
does that answer it for ya etunes? lol
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oh, btw, if you hadnt though of doing so yet jedd, you may want to add a few more corys in... they like groups of 5-6+
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very nice, What are the plants on the log?
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Thanks you guys! I'm not sure what the plants on the log are actually. My friend at the LFS gave them to me because he couldn't sell them, and I can't remember the name. Supposedly it's invasive (which after a few weeks now i can believe )
I didn't know that about corys.. 5-6 would dominate my tank.. but if it makes them happy maybe i will!
I've been thinking about getting some honey gourami's or something but i don't know... no rush. I've had some trouble with randomly dying fish and ammonia and ich and the whole lot, so I'm trying to be careful.
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cories are happy in groups of 5 to 6 but they are fine in smaller groups of 3 or 4.
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Well i'll get at least one more then! Thanks!
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