Pygmy Cory?

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Be aware C.pygmaeus is a midwaterswimmer and not a real bottomdweller !
 
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DoubleDutch said:
Be aware C.pygmaeus is a midwaterswimmer and not a real bottomdweller !
Thanks! I had heard that but wasn't sure.
 

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Bailey Oswald said:
Thanks! I had heard that but wasn't sure.
Yup, it's very true. They mainly just swim in the mid-line of the tank.
 
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Sarah73 said:
Yup, it's very true. They mainly just swim in the mid-line of the tank.
That's okay with me.
I'm going to look into it some more and see what I find.
 

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Bailey Oswald said:
That's okay with me.
I'm going to look into it some more and see what I find.
Ok!
 
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I finally had a chance to look at seriously fish closely and compare temperature ranges. Here's what I found:
Pygmy Cories: 72-79° F.
Betta: 72-86° F. [I wouldn't keep them that high or low myself]
Bristlenose Pleco: 69 - 79° F.

I think I'll get pygmy cories, then, once the tank is ready c:

So, how many? Does 10-12 sound good to everyone for my size tank and stocking? I plan on adding more mystery snails fyi
 

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Yes, you could do that many.
 
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