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Old 11-22-2011, 04:29 PM   #11
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To confuse things more, I think they're "bronze" cories (c. aeneus). Nice looking cories!
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Old 11-22-2011, 04:59 PM   #12
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Emerald Corydoras

Hello Gboy...

Nice Emerald Corys (I believe). These are great community fish. I have Pandas, Emeralds, Greys, Albinos, Jenyns and some pretty rare Orange Saddle Corys I got from a little "Mom and Pop" fish store here.

Corys are long livers if you give them a lot of very clean water. I change half the water in my tanks every week. I have low light tanks and have a lot of cover on the bottom.

I've had some for five years, but have heard of Corys living as long as 13 years.

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Hello Gboy...

Nice Emerald Corys (I believe). These are great community fish. I have Pandas, Emeralds, Greys, Albinos, Jenyns and some pretty rare Orange Saddle Corys I got from a little "Mom and Pop" fish store here.

Corys are long livers if you give them a lot of very clean water. I change half the water in my tanks every week. I have low light tanks and have a lot of cover on the bottom.

I've had some for five years, but have heard of Corys living as long as 13 years.

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I think you mean dear BHead! +1 though!!
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I think you mean dear BHead! +1 though!!
Thanks! You're right. Apparently, I failed to scroll to the top of the thread.

Good call!

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They look great! Fantastic choices! I like the Green Cories too!
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