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  1. Default How many peppered corys in a 55g?


    0 Not allowed!
    Just wondering what would be the max number of them I could keep. The tank is heavily planted with driftwood and a nice log they can hide in. They would be the only bottom fish in the tank by the way.
    Last edited by Dsmitty; 10-19-2013 at 04:57 PM.

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    1 Not allowed!
    You can never have too many corys. Well...I suppose one could, but...

    In a 55g, I would aim for 12 up to 20 or even 30. Don't know what other fish you have.

    No less than five of a single species is a good aim, so you can have all one species like the Corydoras paleatus you mention, or you can mix species. They all get along. In my current 115g tank I have close to 40 corys representing about 10 species. Some arrived as "left overs" from the store so there may be only 2 or 3 of the species, but they all play together; I frequently see different species shoaling around together in pairs or a trio, all different, nudging each other in their antics.

    Byron.

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