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fishfanatic

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Location : Corvallis

PostSubject: New Additions   Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:43 am

Sometimes I hate that I can't walk into a place that sells fish without buying something. A lot of the times I find nice, unique or mislabled animals. Tonight brought home two show guppies, a bamboo shrimp, a goliath cory, 3 blind cave tetras and a hawaiian feather worm. $15.00 - Always after the bargin Smile They will join my exsisting line up.

3 see thru guppies
3 x-ray tetra
3 betta
4 molly
4 platy
3 praecox rainbow
1 dwarf gourami
2 goliath cory
2 pepper cory
4 albino cory
6 kuhli loaches
2 yabby
7 male guppy
5 female guppy
2 amano
1 bamboo shrimp
1 vampire crab
guppy fry galore

purple fire fish
red fire fish
electric blue damsel
yellow tail damsel
diamond goby
handfull of hermits
2 turbo snails
some paly's and a condy
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Location : Lebanon, OR

PostSubject: Re: New Additions   Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:16 pm

Gotten lucky a few times on mislabel's, $15 isn't bad at all you got a great deal. With me if I find something on my "want/like list" for under $30 that's a score LOL A couple stores I like to shop I refer to them as $100 stores thus don't shop there very often though I'd like to
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PostSubject: Re: New Additions   Sun Jul 17, 2011 1:44 pm

I used to have the same problem. But at this point my tanks are stocked about as far as I can take them, so no more additions without subtractions.

How big does a goliath cory get? The name peaked my curiosity, but I wasn't able to find any info through Google.
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PostSubject: Re: New Additions   Sun Jul 17, 2011 2:16 pm

i was thinking the same thing as i like my cory cats.is it just a trade name to sell larger aenus? or is it actualy differnt.
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PostSubject: cory size   Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:25 pm

I have no oubt that it is just a marketing name but there are the biggest corys I have ever seen. Most corys I have ever had have maxed out at about 2.5 inches. My 2 older goliath corys are 4 inches and this new one is over 2 but thier bodies definitly are larger and wider than the peppered and albinos that I keep.
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