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starting a 10g cory tank...
What's the max that I can have?.. Albino specie
experiment, I would recommend sticking to about 5 but add as many as you want to, its your life.
Albino corydoras are an albino bariety of the bronze cory. These fishes will grow to 2.5-3 inches, you can look it up in the fish profiles at the top of the page. They will need a tank of 15-20g, or 24 inch in lenght, or else they will be stressed. These fish are very active, and will need more space than a 10g can provide.
If you intend to use your 10g, I would look for a smaller specie, maybe Panda Cory. Dwarf cory and Pygmy cory would also be fine, but they are different than the "standard" cory.
I think the OP was genuinly interested in having valid information to make an informed choice. I hope to have provided such information, that will help the OP keep happy and stress-free fish.
If its just corys, thatll be one clean tank!
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