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Stocking Corys in a 10g
I have a ten gallon tank that i'm ready to stock (wanting to do both neons and corys). How many of each should i get? Or is a ten gallon tank too small to house both.
Welcome to Tropical Fish Keeping.
I agree with Barb's suggestions. You could manage, but it would be something akin to standing on a very pointed fence and trying to balance yourself and not falling off.
There are many, many very suitable fish, and very colourful ones too, for a 10g tank. Is it planted? That also helps a lot. You can browse through our fish profiles for some ideas [profiles are under the second tab from the left in the blue bar across the top of the page]. Some fish have a preference for soft water, some need hard water, many are somewhat adaptable as long as it is not too extreme hard. You tap water hardness and pH thus have a bearing on fish selection too.
With all the members we have, all of the fish in the profiles will have been kept by one or more of us, so questions can always be asked.
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