Rube_Goldfish Posted March 13 Share Posted March 13 (edited) I have a juvenile Corydoras sterbai that's about a half an inch long (not counting the tail fin), though I'm just eyeballing him/her. I'd like to transfer him from the fry grow-out tank he's in back in to the main display tank. That tank has a school of adult sterbais and a male/female pair of Apistogramma cacatuoides; the male is about an inch and a half (again not counting the tail fin and again eyeballing it). I know the conventional wisdom is "if it can fit in a fish's mouth it's in danger of being eaten", and I've also seen the male apisto "yawning" so I know he can open his mouth pretty wide. So how do you know when you can safely introduce juveniles into a tank with adults? Do you have a guideline? All the compatibility guides I see assume all the fish involved are adults. Thanks in advance! Edited March 13 by Rube_Goldfish 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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