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I will say that with a school of about six albino cories in my 29g that I hardly ever have to vaccumn my tank. I think what they do though is just move the waste around though.
Corys won't eat detritus. They're scavengers and they'll eat fallen food and such but they aren't going to clean the tank for you. They might keep it flipped up enough to picked up by the filter.
Watch my tank progress from Craigslist salvage to fishy habitat: Aaron's Tank
The only things that happen quickly in an aquarium are bad things.
Originally Posted by catfishtabbi View Post
Setup: 13 Gallon Tank, Tetra Wishper ex20 filter, Undergravel w/ carbon filter towers & Tetra Whisper 20 air pump, Marineland Stealth 100w heater,
Fish: 1-Spotted Cory Cat.
Starting a 30 Gallon, but need to build a cabinet first.......
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