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Old 11-23-2011, 01:27 PM   #1
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New sand and corys :)

I got some black sand to replace my gravel on Monday, and yesterday I picked up 5 julii cory cats. I couldn't get any solid pictures, but here are a few.
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Old 11-23-2011, 01:51 PM   #2
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Awesome, the sand and cories look great. The black sand has a really nice effect.
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Looks great!!!

I just switched over to sand too, and my cory's love love LOVE it. They do a great job of cleaning and their barbels are growing back - I used to have gravel.
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Thanks, I love the sand too. It looks so much neater then the gravel did. The corys are so cute, under my mopani wood there's a little indent in the sand and they like to dogpile up in it.
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Thanks, I love the sand too. It looks so much neater then the gravel did. The corys are so cute, under my mopani wood there's a little indent in the sand and they like to dogpile up in it.
That;s funny, cories are so cute!
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