Panda Corydoras

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by NanaT, Jun 6, 2019.

  1. NanaT

    NanaTNew MemberMember

    2 weeks ago I brought home 5 adorable little panda corydoras. They are doing wonderful and it is because of this forum. After reading threads about these little guys, I added a nice layer of sand on the gravel and added more live plants. They are so active now!! They are in my 30g tank with six 3 week old molly fry and a 2 1/2" little pleco.
    I'm considering adding 24 4 day old guppy and molly fry in a week or 2 when the other 6 are moved to an adult 55g tank. Any thoughts ? Too much for a 30g?
    I have 2 55g tanks (1 female tank with 3 mollies, 2 guppies, 1 swordtail & a 3" pleco and the other with all males 2 swordtails, a molly and a guppy. 10 neon tetras, and 2 clown loaches), a 30g, and 2 10g tanks for newborn fry/hospital/quarantine.
  2. Giul

    GiulWell Known MemberMember

    Yay! I’m glad you had success with the panda cories. Since they’re only fry you should be okay using the 30 as a grow out tank- just watch your nitrates and conduct water changes accordingly. Congrats on your fish babies btw! I’m sure they’re happy in your care
  3. OP

    NanaTNew MemberMember

    Thank you! Yes, water changes and those nitrates!