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Old 03-17-2013, 05:23 PM   #11 
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For now, my cories are doing fantastic. On another forum I am on, people keep pygmy cories in as small as a 2.5 gallon tank and they do great. My largest is .75 of an inch and it won't grow any bigger. I think they are perfect fine in a 5 gallon tank since they don't stick to the bottom. Just have lots of plants because they need to explore, its burns out the energy haha.
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2.5 gallon is way too small. I think they could potentially be ok in a 5 gallon *if* it has a large enough footprint, e.g. I have one that is 17 inches long. However, I don't think a standard one gives them enough room. It's like putting danios in a ten gallon: sure they can live in it, but it just isn't ideal and doesn't give them the amount of room they like.
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