Help Trying To Find A Good Temperature To Set My Heater

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I am trying to cater to all my fish.

I have: 1x albino cory, 1x emerald cory, 1x peppered cory, 1x black skirt tetra, 2x serpae tetra, 6x neon tetra, 1x Chinese Algae eater.... Ive been looking online for their temp ranges so that I could get an average that everyone would be happy with. but the things I find are so mixed I can't seem to find the correct numbers to use. I understand this is asking the community to math instead of me but I did try to math and I'm not very good at it and any help I'm very thankful for and probably my fish too

note: all the corys would be the same type of cory if I had bought them myself
 

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Ok, here’s the temp requirements for them pulled from seriously fish and planet catfish-
Skirt 20-26
Neon 21-28
Chinese algae eater(assuming it’s a gryinocheilus aymonieri?) 22-26
Bronze cory 22-28
Emerald cory 22-28
Pepper cory 15-25

24C would likely be the best temp so you are in all of their ranges.
 
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Platylover said:
Ok, here’s the temp requirements for them pulled from seriously fish and planet catfish-
Skirt 20-26
Neon 21-28
Chinese algae eater(assuming it’s a gryinocheilus aymonieri?) 22-26
Bronze cory 22-28
Emerald cory 22-28
Pepper cory 15-25

24C would likely be the best temp so you are in all of their ranges.
thank you very much. also you are correct. its a gold CAE
 

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