Originally Posted by MSG
Albinos usually don't go past 2" adult. But most likely they won't live that long anyway.
I just recommended them because bettas sometimes leave a mess when they eat and a cory has a good chance of locating the little bits of food before it decays.
Albinos can get up to 3" in length. They're very active and I wouldn't put them in anything smaller than a 20L. Do not stunt the poor corydoras growth by saying that they won't live that live that long, because the only reason they won't is if you think and that way and don't care!
Pygmy corydoras would be a great addition to the tank. There are 3 kinds, I think that the c. Hasboras are the ones most similar to their large cousins. Shrimp and snails would give you the same outcome. Also if you do get corydoras(pygmy ones preferably) please get more than 6 because they're schooling fish and act much better with groups. Plus they're less shy in larger groups.
Please do not get fish that will be harmed by careless upkeep:) fish are friends, not food!