One betta and four corys in 10 gal.?

Jizzy

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Would one betta and four corys be ok in a 10 gal.?

I currently have just one betta and a cory in it
 

Barbrella

Member
What kind of corys? Some of them grow rather large.

I might just do 3 of them!
 
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Jizzy

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The cory looks similar to this though I can't really tell if its the same species since they're similar looking ones.

 
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Jizzy

Member
eh, I'll just get two more corys then.
 

COBettaCouple

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Welcome to FishLore.

It looks like 3 corys would be good with the betta in that 10 gallon tank.
 

Blub

Member
Be careful though - corys are schooling species! I'd say use shrimp of some kind in stead of corys. With corys - you need at least 6 of each kind.
 

COBettaCouple

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Shrimp are often seen as food by Bettas and Corys can be happily kept in numbers as small as 2-3, although they're happier with 6 or more. Corys are pretty much the most compatible tankmate available for Bettas.
 

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