Originally Posted by BettaMiah
Well I have Cory Catfish, so.... But otherwise i don't give advise without knowing.
Huh? What about Kia?
You can keep fish without knowing about them. Plenty of people prove that when they first come here asking questions about their sick betta in the half gallon tank.
You used to say that one cory needs a minimum of 20 gallon tank at least now you say that four cories need 20 gallons to shoal. You say that they are very active and grow to be 4 inches. All cory species are different and the cories that people get from petsmart and petco aren't particular active. I know because I have four of them that I've had for two years. The only cory species that grows to be four inches is the Brochis splendens which isn't even a cory. I have posted twice that I believe that's what you have. They are often mislabeled at stores as cories and people still call them cories even though they've been proven to be a different genus. Even so the Brochis splendens still needs to be kept in groups. A solitary member of the family that both these and cories are from will be lonely, depressed, stressed out, more prone to illness, exhibit abnormal behaviors, and have a decreased life span.
You have never responded to any of my posts where I point this out. I feel like sometimes people ignore post numbers for actual knowledge and since I don't post a lot no one takes my information seriously even though I care for and spawn cories very successfully.