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Old 02-19-2013, 03:48 PM   #91
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Has anyone noticed their Corys hanging around the air bubbler a lot? Mine seem to love that thing and are always near it. I may have to turn it off to adjust it. Lol.
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I have a panda in another tank and it's twice the size of my sterbai. But pandas are beautiful!
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Old 02-19-2013, 07:25 PM   #93
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Has anyone noticed their Corys hanging around the air bubbler a lot? Mine seem to love that thing and are always near it. I may have to turn it off to adjust it. Lol.
Yes mine do that too! They ride in the bubbles
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They live in that thing. Idk why. It's just a plume of bubbles. But they stay in it forever. Guess I'd better not take it out. Ever. Lol.
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The three smallest commonly available are Pygmaeus, Hastatus, and Habrosus.

All are under 1.5 inches each appx. 1.3"
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Saw this in a magazine today. Love!!!!

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That is one cool looking fishy. Lol.
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Trio of Cories? I happen to have a heck of a lot of cories, and none in my 20 high in my bedroom. Do you think they would be okay to put a trio of cories in my 20 high? I have a random cory (looks to be a bronze cory), a bronze cory and an albino cory. I have a 29 that they are in now, but I thought they might like the room? I have no bottom dweller? ideas? I thought they'd like the trio would be best? or pair?
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