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Old 02-16-2013, 09:23 AM   #81
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CinnamonPearl -you just don't always know what the magic number might be, hope that is it. That makes a nice size group. If that doesn't do it I would bet on the DG not playing nice in the sandbox!

How is your plant cover?
I sure hope it is. I don't have room for any more. I have a lot of plant cover as well. It's a proper jungle lol. There's only one small clearing which is where they like to play when no one's around.
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Thinking about getting another cory. I've been looking on eBay and there are some I've never seen in a lfs, like an orange laser cory.

Sorry about your loss of the sterbai cory. Those are really pretty.
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Clearance, you are so the next to be Cory voodoo hexed. Lol.
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I've got a friend in Louisiana who can nip that in the bud :P
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I sure hope it is. I don't have room for any more. I have a lot of plant cover as well. It's a proper jungle lol. There's only one small clearing which is where they like to play when no one's around.
Sounds like a perfect playground for them. Maybe minus a DG.
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Thinking about getting another cory. I've been looking on eBay and there are some I've never seen in a lfs, like an orange laser cory.

Sorry about your loss of the sterbai cory. Those are really pretty.
Yeah I plan on getting him some buddies, but I have to wait until I sell more of my platy fry. You don't even want to know how overstocked I am!! I want to get a type that will stay small like the sterbais. Anybody have any suggestions?
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Yeah I plan on getting him some buddies, but I have to wait until I sell more of my platy fry. You don't even want to know how overstocked I am!! I want to get a type that will stay small like the sterbais. Anybody have any suggestions?
You think Sterbais are small? I have a huge one in my 29! I'm not sure if it's male or female. If your looking for small cats, may I suggest pigmies.
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Yeah I plan on getting him some buddies, but I have to wait until I sell more of my platy fry. You don't even want to know how overstocked I am!! I want to get a type that will stay small like the sterbais. Anybody have any suggestions?
I hear pandas stay pretty small.
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You think Sterbais are small? I have a huge one in my 29! I'm not sure if it's male or female. If your looking for small cats, may I suggest pigmies.
Really?? I've had mine for four months and it doesn't seem any bigger than when I bought it. It's a little rounder, but no longer.
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I hear pandas stay pretty small.
I have a panda in another tank and it's twice the size of my sterbai. But pandas are beautiful!
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Dwarf Cories

The three smallest commonly available are Pygmaeus, Hastatus, and Habrosus.

All are under 1.5 inches each appx. 1.3"
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