Jurrian Hering Posted November 10, 2022 Share Posted November 10, 2022 Hi all! I am starting to get together supplies for a new 40-gallon breeder tank. The goal is for it to be densely planted and medium-high light, but no CO2. I want to have a big school of Corydoras (not sure which species yet) and several pairs of Bolivian Rams. (Any suggestions on other fish to add would be great!) My question is about substrate and what would be best for this. In a tank I currently have set up I used Eco Complete and unfortunately noticed that most of my corys barbles have been rubbed off. What in your experience is the best planted substrate for Corydoras? Thinking I may have to use basic gravel and plenty of root tabs. I am still pretty new to the hobby so would love any advice possible! Thanks! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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