02-22-2013, 03:29 PM
| || |
Originally Posted by Freshcatch
The Cory should be in groups of at least five. They are very social and hang together a lot. At the top of the page click on the Tropical Fish Profiles, and you can read more about fish that you are contemplating purchasing for your aquarium.
Thanks Freshcatch. I have looked over the profiles, but was looking for more personal answers in a discussion. I like to know what people do. I have kept SW tanks for years and in August just started my first FW aquarium since I was like 12. The rules are so different that I feel like a newbie when I ask about FW aquaria and like the rhetoric of hands on experience.
Five Cories sound good. What about the Tetras? I have six, would ten be too many? Not enough?