02-01-2014, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Flint
Sterbai aren't suitable for a 10 gallon.
Corydoras hasboras - Salt and Pepper Cory
Corydoras pygmaeus - Pygmy Cory
Corydoras hastatus - Dwarf Cory
The above three are good options for a 10 gallon. Just remember to get a group of 6 and have a soft substrate, like sand or fine, rounded gravel so you don't damage their barbels.
Ehhh.. Well, okay, you're right, Flint.. I guess they aren't suitable.. they do get a little big for a 10 gallon.. Only about half of 6 would be all right in a 10, but they won't be happy in small numbers.. Those smaller species of cories Flint mentioned should do better in a 10 without getting cramped... Sorry Tim, take Flint's suggestions instead :P