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post #21 of 26 Old 09-19-2010, 09:19 AM
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The guppies and cories are both friendly fish. I'm not surprised they are getting on.
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post #22 of 26 Old 09-19-2010, 11:05 AM
It's like someone else said. The corys are spread out only because they are in enough numbers to feel secure enough to do so. Mine have all paired up and I only ever see them with their mates except at feeding time.

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It's like someone else said. The corys are spread out only because they are in enough numbers to feel secure enough to do so. Mine have all paired up and I only ever see them with their mates except at feeding time.

well I am going to have to have them all fitted with different color fish collars so I can get an accurate count of them.
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I'm always counting my fish. They swim in the back where I can't see them and I think they've died..... I don't know where they get to. I wish I had one of those tanks with not much in it so you could see everybody all the time.
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I'm always counting my fish. They swim in the back where I can't see them and I think they've died..... I don't know where they get to. I wish I had one of those tanks with not much in it so you could see everybody all the time.

Ha Ha, me too. If I didn't so love the look of plants, I would do that. I think the fish really enjoy the plants too. I imagine they feel much more secure in that setting.
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post #26 of 26 Old 09-22-2010, 08:46 AM
i sucked up my danio once ina gravel vac, I stopped the sipohon and it swam out but it died the next day... not to be a downer, since everyone has had mostly positive experiences with gravel vacs, but one still needs to be really careful with them.
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