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Cory Question

Discussion in 'Fish for Planted Tanks' started by Dennis, Apr 15, 2018 at 9:58 PM.

  1. Dennis

    Dennis New Member

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    Hi All

    Newbie to the planted tank.

    Just a quick question, if i am planning to do a heavy carpet planting, is it suitable to have cory cat fish?

    TKS.
     
  2. Allwissend

    Allwissend Article Editor
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    Hallo Dennis,
    what carpeting plant do you have in mind and what substrate ? In general it is easier without corries but they are lovely fish to have. Most corries like open sand areas, give them that and feed them there and you should have little problems. Also stick with smaller /dwarf species and do not feed them worms :D
     
  3. Dennis

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    Thanks Allwissend

    I still havent make up my mind yet. But I am indeed thinking about leaving a area for sand while rest of the tank with Fluval Stratum.

    Aquascaping is always the most interesting part
     
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