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Old 10-02-2011, 04:08 PM   #1
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Dwarf Baby Tears and Kuhli Loaches, Sterba Cory's

I have very fine white sand as my substrate. I am thinking of covering it with Dwarf Baby Tears.

Would Kuhli Loaches and Sterba Cory's be okay with carpeted substrate?
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Old 10-02-2011, 05:57 PM   #2
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They should be fine. I keep my cories with baby DTs and all the do is snuffle around in it, nothing like uprooting it or anything.
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They should be fine. I keep my cories with baby DTs and all the do is snuffle around in it, nothing like uprooting it or anything.
Thanks Time to buy some.
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Have fun trying to get it started in fine sand. I'd say it'll end up being uprooted quote a bit.
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Have fun trying to get it started in fine sand. I'd say it'll end up being uprooted quote a bit.
My backup plan is to grow it on driftwood.
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