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Thread: Red Spot Severum and Orange Laser Corydoras

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    Default Red Spot Severum and Orange Laser Corydoras

    i have a super nice Red Spot Severum that i would like to rehome. its roughly about 6 to 7in. Asking 30$
    Also a group of 9 Orange Laser Corydoras. have spawned before but eggs became snacks. 70$
    If interested, have any question or would like pictures please contact me at 214-777-3729 for quicker response. asking 30$ or possibly trade for a full spectrum 48in light or driftwood. Thanks



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    What does an orange laser corydoras look like?
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    same thing as gold just another name used or at least thats what i read



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    Here is the picture of the orange laser you sent me BPSEOE
    orange laser cory.jpg
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    very bright. I looked it up. I'm a little concerned that my water changes might not be frequent enough and my budget is still very broke, but they are pretty fish...... Thinking. (oh every tank in my house has an undergravel filter. While this was a horrible problem for a pair of geophagus, everyone else here does ok. How important is the sand substrate to these.
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    honestly i think substrate is not really important but i may be wrong.



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    my understanding is that using gravel can cause barbel erosion but if you do use it make sure it is very smooth
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    I had the same green aneus colony for about 15 years. they reproduced, yes the gravel is smooth. I got down to 5 (at its height I had about 10) and I moved to a different tank and they laid eggs all over it for a couple of years, still smooth gravel, then I got down to the 2 youngest, bought half a dozen from a pet store in south Fort Worth, and didn't quarantine long enough. I have no cories now. All I really want are healthy cory cats, not picky about color, but I want them to be healthy and to do well in my conditions, I don't want to have to switch to canister filtration and sand bottoms
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    these guys are pretty plump and active. definitely great scavengers



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    well wish me luck and money. I might take if I could afford
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