So I had a bit of a problem with my stocking plan, so I ended up moving my 5 False Julii Corydoras to my 10 gal with my male Betta. Surprisingly enough they are doing better in the 10 gal than they were in the 29 gal. Much more active and just look better. Since I don't have as many Sterbai Corydoras in my 29 gal as I did I thought about moving them back, but I'm not really sure what the best thing to do would be. I know 10 gals is kinda small for them, but they seem to be very happy in there and doing very well, compared to how they were doing in the 29. I also wanted to up my Sterbai Corydoras to 6 from the remaining 4 I have and then with the False Julii's my tank would be much more heavily stocked. The 29 gal stays at about 76-77 degrees and the 10 stays at about 80. Because of the temp difference I had thought about moving the Sterbai's into the 10 and the Julii's back into the 29, but I'm really undecided on what the best course of action is here.