06-18-2012, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by KPainter
We have hard-ish water with a PH of about 7.6-7.8, but both the sterbai and juli cories seem to be okay with that. I've researched the cories pretty intently for what will work best for us. It's the additional fish that stump me. I'm starting to think another schooling fish is the way to go, maybe danios or tetras (although that's what's in my other tank), but I'm okay with that. The focus of the tank will be the cories with them making up the larger school.
That's not a bad idea, either. I have a tank like that. The main focus is the substrate fish, and I just have a gourami and a school of tetra in there so I don't get the question: "so, where are the fish?"
Zebra danio will work in hard water and so will Pristella tetra and bloodfin tetra.