I'm cycling my tank with 4 corydoras (emerald green) and 2 honey sunset gourami. I've been monitoring the ammonia and nitrite levels constantly and the ammonia is around 1 ppm and nitrites are just starting to appear. It's been about two weeks and I've been changing about 15-20% of the water every 2-3 days in order to keep up with the ammonia buildup. I know it's a lot of fish for a cycling tank but I guess I didn't think cories could cycle a tank by themselves. I have added the appropriate dose of Amquel in order to detoxify the ammonia but i'm wondering how often i should continue the frequent water changes until it cycles completely? It's a royal pain in the butt trying to get a new tank to cycle safely with fish! The water is slightly hazy but not too bad. What else should I be doing right now? I'm trying not to feed too much but the gourami eat one of the hikari sinking wafers meant for the cories so i have to drop in another once a day so the cories can eat it while the gourami are distracted. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance!??????