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German B.RAM question
Old 07-08-2009, 09:44 AM   #11
 
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Haha, sorry, i will keep my questions to myself from now on.

I do research all of the fish that i buy before i purchase them. However, i do not have a reliable book and have to go with what i can find on the internet. All of the sources seem to list something different. What cories will do well in the higher temps?
To be honest M, I have a variable memory for specifics; I generally remember basics, and usually where I found them, but not the specifics, so I always check the sources for certainty. So, if you don't mind, I'll list some of the reliable (to me) ones that are fairly consistent among themselves and with authorities like Burgess and Sands.

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