12-18-2008, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by iamntbatman
If you blew up a pygmy cory to regular cory length, I think it would still be a slightly thinner fish, which is where the 1/10th comes from.
Like I said, good estimate.
I saw a rule for stocking based on fish volume once. It's probably more accurate than the "inch per gallon" rule but still doesn't take into account aggression, schooling needs, swimming levels, swimming speed, etc.
There are a lot of factors, certainly, but there's always the old overstocked/understocked questions that come up.