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Old 12-27-2006, 12:12 AM   #1
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Panda Corys, Updated with pics 12/28/06

Woo-Hoo I decided to join the cory club tonight. Stopped at the lfs on the way home cause I had a gift card burning a hole in my pocket. I've been thinking of getting some corys, and after I sat and watched the pandas for 10 minutes I just had to get some. I brought home 6, they acclimated well and are seeming to settle right in. I'll post pics tomorrow!!

Can anyone tell me how big to expect them to get? If they will stay under 2 inches, I may just get 2 more...
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They do stay very small, usually under 2". I have never had any grow over 2" myself. They are adorable, can't wait for pics.
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Awesome! I love my pandas. The females are bigger, right at 2 inches and the males get right under 2 inches. They are great little cories. You'll definitely want more.
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Old 12-28-2006, 11:46 PM   #6
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Here's pics as promised
Everyone is sure right about these little guys. They really add something to the tank. When everyone else is just relaxin', these guys are up to something. I really enjoy watching them!
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Ugh-they are adorable. Cories rule-there's nothing like them. Thundering around the tank in a little herd. L-O-V-E them-congratulations!
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