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Thread: cory behaviour

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    I have three corydoras, one peppered, one bronze and one albino.

    My Peppered and my bronze have grown really well but my albino is still the same size as when I bought her. I spoke to my LFS and they said that she could be 'stunted'. They said all albinos are derived from the peppered cats and that sometimes they can have stunted growth and never grow any bigger. She seems healthy otherwise..has anyone else had experience of this?

    Also.. sometimes my corys can lie SO still that they start worrying me that they've pegged it! They just lie there and have (I know this sounds silly) a really gormless look on their faces, like they're dreaming about something. I can be hoovering the gravel and I actually give them a very gentle nudge and they snap out of it and go about their business, waffling around again. Is this normal?
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    One of my corys did that but I think it was becuase he was stressed out, my other one always seems to be moving, so maybe your corys are stressed out about something.

    I have one albino cory and he is really small. Ive only had him for a couple of months but he is probibly only around a half an inch long, so maybe he has the same thing your cory has.

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    i think you should watch it something could be going on next time just wait for him to move on it's own.

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    Oh he does move on his own.. most of the time he's wandering around snuffling about. It's just on occasion I catch him still as stone, looking off into the distance. As soon as I put food in though he soon comes to life!
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    Botia boys.. striata, histrionica and a ?kubotai? & pakistani loach

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    oh -- my fish do that like my banded jewel and my catfish i don't think it is a problem it's like fish daydream they've been fine and for i don't know how long.

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    cool! (lol! I just got told off that my post was too short so I had to add a wink...)
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    hmmm! lol sometimes i post stuff w/ only one word answers and iv'e gotta do the samething.

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    What kind of fish is that in your avatar? I would love to have a pretty fish like that in my tank if it would work with the community I have going.
    75 gallon curved-front aquarium // 2 cory,2 hatchetfish, 6 cardinal tetras, 5 red barbs 3 silver barbs, 2 glass catfish, 1 upside down catfish, 2 swordtail tetras, 2 honey gouramis, 1 sunset gouramis.

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    mine is an arowana hers is a ram you can fined info. on both just type it in -in google.

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    gcnadam29--has a kribensis, forgot about that.

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