Dwarf cories are awesome, small bio load and won't hurt shrimp.you can and should get a small school
What temperature do you keep your sterbais?Sterbai need warmer water than most. Cory sp. similis are nice and they stay smaller. I have a few paleatus and they're neat too. Pygmy corys would be perfect for a 20g if you could find them. Black corys are cool too, but extremely rare.
Don't know where you are in Texas, but several of the DFW stores regularly stock pygmies. Ask one of your local stores, they can probably order them in for you.Guess everyone has better lfs options than I.
I have never seen micro-Cory in any in our 3.
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I don't keep them personally but they are usually kept in warmer tanks. 82+. That is why they are a good option for a discus tank since they can handle 85*.What temperature do you keep your sterbais?
Have done. getting a hold of the recommended ex sponsor i believe it was?
Got a tentative reply so all should be well!
And I have the 2 box stores and 1 mom and pop.
So my options are limited.
Appears online ordering it will be!:fish: