Hello everyone. I'm not new to fishkeeping, but I am new to (potentially) keeping Corydoras. I shied away from Corys in the past due to living in London and it's hard as rock water, I now live in the NW with soft water, slightly acidic, so can finally look after some Corys. Currently, I'm five weeks into a fishless cycle on a 200L set-up. Everything is going dandy. Thoughts are now obviously geared towards stocking and how to look after my new wet mates. So, regarding Corys. I'm in love with these guys, can't wait to look after some. Once cycling is complete (I've cycled tanks before, I'm OK with it) I intend my initial stock to be 6 Bronze Corys. Slowly increasing their number to 12. In preparation, I've bought some Tetra Tabimin Shrimp tablets, Tetra variety wafers & frozen Bloodworms and Brine Shrimp. Is that a suitable 'base' of foodstuffs for Corys? If, for example I was to use the Tabimin shrimp tablets as their main staple, how many should I feed a day (for 6 Corys) and should I feed once a day? Is there another foodstuff I should get? I'm a firm believer in food variety being the key for all fish, so, am I missing anything obvious? Many thanks.