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Old 14-08-2017, 12:55 PM   #1
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I new in keeping Corydoras. Just bought 2 in LSF, duno actual name but is abit orange ,black strip red tip on the side fin n tail. When i saw the tank full of them, swimming around look very nice, so i bought 2 home. Thinkin oso can help eat uneaten food. But after i place in my home tank, i am full of disappointment, always hiding bhind my submer filter. Even if they come out, i happen to walk past or open door, they will darts around banging the tank, i so worry they kill themselves from banging.... I have not big fish in my tank, only 1 pelco & 4 tera.


How to make them less fear? They only eat when i slowly drop some blood worm infront of them
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Old 14-08-2017, 12:59 PM   #2
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sorry, just manage to find the name, clown loach. Not sure is this is the thread to ask
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So its a clown Loach? Give them awhile to adjust. Anyway they like to be in bigger groups,become very playful fish.

Just be careful when handling, they have spikes in the nose. Don't catch with bare hands and use finest mesh net you can find. There is a clown loach thread in bottom dwellers btw.
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CL nature, can't help much.
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So its a clown Loach? Give them awhile to adjust. Anyway they like to be in bigger groups,become very playful fish.

Just be careful when handling, they have spikes in the nose. Don't catch with bare hands and use finest mesh net you can find. There is a clown loach thread in bottom dwellers btw.
Tx for the info. Cos i will have a flowerhorn later. Not sure if bioload too much if add more
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