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post #11 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-21-2012, 08:21 AM
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I edited my above post. I got that mixed up. They said white clouds were cold water fish. It sounds weird to me that a white cloud would be cold water. Hopefully someone else on here will put some input in for you. I'm curious myself now. I'm logging off. Talk to you later.

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Okay. Thanks.
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White clouds are cold water fish so would do better in lower temps, so they aren't really suitable to have with a betta

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okay, thanks for clarifying that. It was confusing.

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Yes, the full name for white clouds is white cloud mountain minnow, since they are found in wild mountain streams, I think in China. They tend to not do as well in warmer tanks.
I was interested in Zebra Danios also, but I think they need at least 15-20gallons to be happy.

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Thanks everyone for your input!
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Those corys posted look like emerald cories to me. That fat albino cory is SO CUTE OMG!

And +1 to what others have said about white clouds being incompatible.


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Thanks, I think I may remember them being called that now. I just thought they were adorable and didn't really look at the name. And my albinos are such butterballs. I don't even know how they move anymore and they aren't full grown yet.

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WCMM's are cold-water, so no. It's such a shame, as they are so pretty!!
Danios need a long, long tank. So, unless you have a 15g or 20g no. lol
I love cories! They make perfect tank-mates for bettas! :D
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These are my other bettaless community tank corys. Just got them a couple weeks ago so they are still babys and I can't for the life of me remember what type they are.
I think they are "peppered" they look like mine.
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