Anjum Posted August 14, 2022 Share Posted August 14, 2022 Count me in for the Corydoras fan club 😁 I picked up a 6 pack of Corydoras paleatus at the Co-Op yesterday for my 29g. They are so fun, but hard to get pictures of! Now, I know conventional wisdom says to keep them on sand, but I figured my substrate is fine as it's a lot of smooth river stones. However I'm already seeing a problem where sinking food invariably settles down into crevices too low for them to get to. So, I'll be doing a bit of a rescape & adding some sand to the top. I'll probably pull some from my creek, but I'd also appreciate suggestions for a commercially available sand that's smooth enough for them. I'm going to pick up some repashy and would welcome suggestions for the best repashy for Corydoras, considering they'll get a little of the higher protein foods I feed the other fish. After watching a bunch of videos last night showing different ways to prepare it, I had the bright idea to coat some of the medium stones in repashy & feed it that way. Also, I didn't QT, and I accept full responsibility for my actions. I figure it's a low-risk venture as there's nothing rare or expensive in this tank. 5 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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