Betta & Corydoras

Discussion in 'Betta Fish' started by cyanicwaters, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. cyanicwaters

    cyanicwaters New Member Member

    I have one male betta and one snail in a 20 gallon, I was wondering if I could put 6 albino corys in this tank.

    Also sorry if the picture is blurry. 1529109785662.jpg
     
  2. Fanatic

    Fanatic Fishlore VIP Member

    Yes :) You can choose Sterbai, Bronze, or the Albino.
     
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    cyanicwaters

    cyanicwaters New Member Member

    I'm going with albino, their nice looking, hardy and my LFS has so many.
     
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    Fanatic Fishlore VIP Member

    I have albinos too :)
     
  5. S

    Small Tanks Valued Member Member

    Especially with that pale substrate albinos will work well. My only concern is are there any sharp edges on that gravel? You need rounded/soft ground for cories.

    Also WHEN you add the cories, pull the betta out off the tank. Add the cories let them settle for an hour or two and then put the betta back. You'll have less aggression that way and he'll be fine in a jaw for an hour or two.
     
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    cyanicwaters

    cyanicwaters New Member Member

    It's just your regular aquarium gravel, it can be kind of sharp. Also would a breeder box work to keep my betta in, I'd rather do that than keep him in a jar.

    I was going to get some sand and make it half and half
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 2, 2018
  7. S

    Small Tanks Valued Member Member

    With cories it would be better to go all sand.
     




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