I Got 40 Cories In A 2.5 Gallon Tank?

Sarah73
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Is this ok or no? Hmmm I wonder if it is
Edit: please need some answers
 
FishFor2018
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I hope you are lying......right?
 
BottomDweller
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I'm surprised you can physically fit 40 cories in a 2.5 gallon tank. Is there some kind of error here? Or are they fry?
 
Fanatic
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I'm surprised you can physically fit 40 cories in a 2.5 gallon tank. Is there some kind of error here? Or are they fry?

I believe that they are fry, Sarah breeds cories.
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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I believe that they are fry, Sarah breeds cories.
Ding ding ding

I hope you are lying......right?
Nope not lying. If you know me, then you should know that I'm telling the truth
 
FishFor2018
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Ding ding ding
oh okay! lol should be fine for a little while as long as the tank is well maintained
 
Smalltownfishfriend
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I know one thing..... You didn't post any pic of the babies and we need pictures!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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oh okay! lol should be fine for a little while as long as the tank is well maintained
I would NEVER keep 40 adult cories in that small of a tank. I wanted to see who would figure that out. And yes I do breed cories
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Sarah73
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Never mind you beat me to it!!!!
Hehe! They are sooooooo happy with the sponge filter! 8 like to pile up there at a time. Wanna see??
 
Smalltownfishfriend
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Hehe! They are sooooooo happy with the sponge filter! 8 like to pile up there at a time. Wanna see??
Why do you even ask??lol
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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I don't know !
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FishFor2018
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AWWWWW!!!!!!! you overloaded my computer with cuteness.
 
PubliusVA
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Is this ok or no? Hmmm I wonder if it is
Edit: please need some answers
Make sure to use juvenile sizes into check.
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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Make sure to use juvenile sizes in AdAdvisor to check.
Think I need more corydoras for that tank . And you are welcome FishFor2018 ! I love watching them just search for food.
 
bitseriously
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What species?

Edit: Awww, so cute. What species.
 
Sarah73
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What species?

Edit: Awww, so cute. What species.
Albinos and bronze! Here's the mother with some eggs! Also I think I need help on what else to stock! A young alligator?
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FishFor2018
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definitely get an aligator lol no I'm jk
 
Sarah73
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definitely get an aligator lol no I'm jk
Haha same! Just wasn't sure when someone would figure it out
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midna
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i'd recommend an alligator gar.
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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i'd recommend an alligator gar.
As a baby? Thinking if a dog would fit in with the fry
 
emmysjj
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Super cute!

You could get an Oscar, but you’d need to upgrade to a 5 gallon.

(Or, preferably, get a moss ball and name it Oscar).
 
BottomDweller
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Maybe add a couple of koi so the cories have a good role model to look up to as they grow up. Alternatively a common pleco or some arowana would work.
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
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I see some great ideas! Ok I'll have to talk to my fry about that and see what they think
 
emmysjj
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Maybe add a couple of koi so the cories have a good role model to look up to as they grow up. Alternatively a common pleco or some arowana would work.
Obviously, so the pleco can eat all the poop
 
DoubleDutch
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How often do you waterchange Sarah ?
 
Sarah73
  • Thread Starter
  • #28
Obviously, so the pleco can eat all the poop
Yessssss!!!!! Then I don't have to EVER do water changes. Brilliant! And DoubleDutch every two days. Had the sponge filter in my 10 gallon breeding corydoras tank for 2 years.
 

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