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Nothing yet. I'm planning on getting shrimp for the girls and a pair of ADFs for my 5 gallon.
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I have 4 cories, 7 Tetas and I just added a pleco :) all get along fine :)

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Nothing yet, but when I set up the 55, I guarantee that it'll be more than just the girls :P I've been looking for a ghost shrimp or two for Sherbet's 5 gallon as well

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I have three emerald cory catfish with my betta. He now thinks he's a catfish.
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post #15 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-23-2009, 12:11 PM
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cherry shrimp seam to work well but if they die your fish will eat them. so will another shrimp if thers another in there. but i would recamend the gost shrimp they get larger then cherry shrimp.(only 1 inch tho. the cherry ones only get to 1 cm)

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I have 3 albino corys and 3 cardinal tetras and 1 snail with my betta (see siggy).

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post #17 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-23-2009, 02:39 PM
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cherry shrimp seam to work well but if they die your fish will eat them. so will another shrimp if thers another in there. but i would recamend the gost shrimp they get larger then cherry shrimp.(only 1 inch tho. the cherry ones only get to 1 cm)
I highly doubt they're only 1 cm. That's nothing. Are you sure?
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Maybe she meant 1 inch??
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Probably. 1cm would be tiny.

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post #20 of 44 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 03:50 PM
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I've only ever kept corydoras with my bettas. Dwarf frogs are fun, too.
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