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Ghost shrimp and pygmy corydoras?

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Ghost shrimp and pygmy corydoras?
Old 10-28-2010, 06:57 PM   #1
 
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Ghost shrimp and pygmy corydoras?

Hi, I am thinking about setting up a 10 gallon tank. It will have marbled hatchetfish, ember tetras, pygmy corydoras, and sparkling gourami. I am wondering if ghost shrimp would be a nice addition to the tank. If you want to read the original thread it is here...
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Old 11-03-2010, 12:23 PM   #2
 
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I had my dwarf corys in a tank with ember tetra, and adult ghost shrimp and had no problem with them. I am not sure about the sparkling gourami and the shrimp as I have not had them before. I have had pointed out to me by Byron that the corys may eat the young if they are small enough which is why I will be moveing the corys back into the tank with the embers because they are right now in with my cherry shrimp which are alot smaller than the ghost. I plan on redoing the tetra tank when my shippment of plants come in this week then I will moveing the corys back over.
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