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No plants for cories . . . ?
Corydoras pygmaeus (Pygmy Cory) — Seriously Fish
In the maintenance it part it says corydoras should not aquatic plants. What the heck!!! I thought all fish do better with plants! And dont cories lay there eggs on them (i think)?
Correct me if I am wrong, but that cant be right. O__O
Hmm. May be miscommunication?
In the wild, corydoras habitat does not really have any plant life.. It's more like this.
HOLY huge photo. But yea, they're fine with plants, just normally they only encounter a dead leaf litter on the bottom of the river.
Okay, ill leave an area open with the driftwood for them. But plants wont hurt them, will they?
No. xD So many people, myself included, keep plants with their cories to no ill effect. :p
I just have to say, if that is your tank, AWESOME! (you may have googled it just to show) But either way, AWESOME!
Not mine. I wish I had access to such nice root structures though. :-D
I've got plenty of plants and plenty of corys. All are well and happy.
Thnaks! What cory stays on the bottom the most?
They'll often be skittish and zooming up and down the glass for a few days after you get them, but once they settle in they'll almost always stay on the bottom. Every so often they'll swim up to the surface for some air.
Hmm, the 3 dwarf species often midswim, quite often once they settle. I think it's cute. Was looking at profiles yesterday and they also say pandas midswim often.
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