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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookfish
    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!
    Thanks for this info ... I'd wondered which kinds were hardiest. I'm excited to go read up on them! I'm doing a fishless cycle now but do you still recommend starting off conservatively with the number of corys I introduce just to let them adjust?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chel
    Thanks for this info ... I'd wondered which kinds were hardiest. I'm excited to go read up on them! I'm doing a fishless cycle now but do you still recommend starting off conservatively with the number of corys I introduce just to let them adjust?
    I think so Chel, start with 3 and add to the group as the tank matures.
    Mike!

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    Cool - thanks!

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    Great looking cories!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingFisher
    Great looking cories!
    Thanks mate!
    Mike!

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