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How mant corys in 55g

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How mant corys in 55g
Old 12-18-2013, 04:35 PM   #1
 
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How mant corys in 55g

I'm starting up a new 55g and this one is simple and fake plants with rock and driftwood. I was wondering what a good number oc corys would be. In my other planted 55g I have 9 since I don't vaccum the substrate much cause I don't want to uproot anything. I figure a good cleaning crew would help. Now with the new one being all fake I'm thinking I won't need as many. Maybe 4 to 6 or something.
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In a 55gal, I'd still go with 8-10. There is a lot of ground to cover and depending on the type of filter it seems their job would be more difficult.
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