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Dotty Spotty Cory Story

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I'm sure Lotus will be fine, Linus might have had something wrong with him I don't know about. I won't let an unfortunate mishap like that turn me away from these gorgeous little fish. On the whole from what I've read and in my experience with Cory and Dora they aren't terribly difficult to care for so long as you have plenty of hiding places, a balanced diet and clean water. I swear I take better care of my pets than myself!!! that's a bit of a worry :).

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Just for fun I thought I'd add my lone survivor from the *da da dada* The Tank of Death .....Lonely Boy (as he has now been christened)

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He has the Black Orchid fry (all 2 of 'em) for company atm.

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What a little battler :) . What does his body pattern look like? Thanks for sharing, cool pic :) . Aren't they just the cutest :) .

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thanks for the offer Robbie... guess i have no excuse not to take pics now right? Last night he was sleeping on the loaches in the tank.. when they moved he slept in between them.. LOL.. completely ignores the other corys

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Last night he was sleeping on the loaches in the tank.. when they moved he slept in between them

awww how cute :)

We had a Chahuahua that used to sleep on top of our Collie on cold nights. it was the cutest :(

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Klara: I'll try and get a decent picture tonight (dammit they are hard creatures to photograph). But basically he has 3 stripes down his flanks (I think).

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After checking multiple cory encylopedias, I realise that i don't have an c. elegan but i have a swatzs corydoras or it may be c. agassizi. So, at last count I have bronze c., pepper c., albino c., c. swartzs/agassizi, c. similii, c. pseudo julii, c. sterbai, c. panda (renting in my sister's tank) and c. punctatus (rooming in my mum's tank). Now, I'm after c. adolfoi. :D

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