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  1. #11

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    Oh! I absolutely love the first one!!! Thanks for sharing.

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    Great pics. Cory's are definitely my favourite fish.

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    Thanks folks!
    Mike!

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    Great pics Mike! I have never had a cory and never really planned on it, but after looking at these pics maybe I should think about some....

    Brian

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    great cory pics (what's the first?) I got another 5 trillinateus today, have you had any luck with these giving eggs yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs fishpatrick
    great cory pics (what's the first?) I got another 5 trillinateus today, have you had any luck with these giving eggs yet?
    That's a nice group you picked up!
    I have never bred my Trilineatus yet Mrs FP, they are in a community tank
    so i'm sure any eggs they lay get eaten by the other fish.

    Brian you need to get yourself some Cory cats bud. I have them in every
    tank they are suitable for, first class entertainment.
    Mike!

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    so cute ... I am definitely getting some cory cats when my tank is finished with its fishless cycle. I've heard they like to have at least 3 -- what number do you recommend for them to be happiest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookfish
    That's a nice group you picked up!
    I have never bred my Trilineatus yet Mrs FP, they are in a community tank
    so i'm sure any eggs they lay get eaten by the other fish.

    Brian you need to get yourself some Cory cats bud. I have them in every
    tank they are suitable for, first class entertainment.

    I may think about it, I could put some in almost any of the tanks. My problem is a good portion of my tanks have gymnogeophagus in them. Gymno's are delayed mouth brooders, once they have their eggs the female just sits there and stares at them for about 24-36 hours before she picks them up in her mouth. I probably wouldn't take too kindly to a group of cory's coming along and eating up gymno eggs lol. You would probably see a post of some cory's for sale real quick.

    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by chel
    so cute ... I am definitely getting some cory cats when my tank is finished with its fishless cycle. I've heard they like to have at least 3 -- what number do you recommend for them to be happiest?
    Where Cory's are concerned the bigger the group the more they interact
    I find, I try and get a group of 5/7 but you might want to start with 3
    of a hardy type like Bronze or peppers (both easily available) and add to
    the group as the tank matures, it's not a good idea to add a lot of fish in a newly cycled tank. best of luck on your new Cory venture Chel!
    Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by btate617
    I may think about it, I could put some in almost any of the tanks. My problem is a good portion of my tanks have gymnogeophagus in them. Gymno's are delayed mouth brooders, once they have their eggs the female just sits there and stares at them for about 24-36 hours before she picks them up in her mouth. I probably wouldn't take too kindly to a group of cory's coming along and eating up gymno eggs lol. You would probably see a post of some cory's for sale real quick.

    Brian
    You may have a prob there bud, they will definitely take eggs if the opportunity presents it's self, but somewhere down the line you should
    look into getting some, once you get the cory bug you'll never be without them.
    Mike!

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