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more cories or more types of cories?
i am setting up a 75g tank. going to be a school tank with mostly tetras. i want to get some cories for it. i want to have peppered, panda, and emerald green cories. currently i was planning on getting 4 of each. would that to ok with them being social fish. or would i be better of getting less varieties but in larger numbers? do different varieites of cories school together?
I've read that they shouldn't be kept in anything less than a trio but prefer to be in shoals of 6 or more. I've also read different species don't shoal together but will hang out together on occasion. Again, only what I've read on species as I only keep one type of cory species. In a 75 you certainly have the room to keep any species/amount you decide.
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Originally Posted by iceprizm View Post
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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