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Are any corys suitable for a 10 gallon?
Is there a type of Cory at that could go in a ten?
Sorry, but no. There are Asian stone catfish though.
Pygmy cories do OK in a ten gallon tank. They grow to about 1/2 inch, maybe a little bigger. The important thing for cories is floor space. So, if you've got a 10 gallon long tank that's a little bit better. I currently have five young panda cories in a standard 10 gallon keeping one of my prize Bettas company. So far, no complaints, even though the cories and Betta prefer different temperatures. Eventually, I'll need to put the panda cories in a larger tank. But they are doing very well now and for the next few months. Good luck. `
All cories need 20+, even pygmy's, they also need a group of at least 5, another reason why they aren't suitable for a 10, not enough swimming room for all of them.
I would say pygmy but they actually swim around A LOT and really love larger(10+) groups.
I second Asian stone catfish
What about these instead? Just don't put fish with them, I would put some shrimp with them!
ThaI Micro Spider Crabs
or one of these with nothing else in the tank!
EDIT: No I don't work there or am making any money, just providing better ideas of fish
Further edit: If you get any of those make sure that you don't have holes for them to escape.