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This is a discussion on Corydoras duplicareus within the Member Photo/Video Gallery forums, part of the Aquarium Related Chat category; I have several long and wide Rubbermaid stock tanks - I'd love to see a hundred of them shoaling one ...

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    I have several long and wide Rubbermaid stock tanks - I'd love to see a hundred of them shoaling one day...

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    Very cool. I have a few now and more coming this week I believe. My supplier calls the adolphois but I’d say more likely duplicarus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hp10BII View Post
    I have several long and wide Rubbermaid stock tanks - I'd love to see a hundred of them shoaling one day...
    I know, it would be an awesome sight. I have just set up a 33 Long to grow out some (other species) fry. But eventually it would be great to use as a species tank for the Duplicareus. Maybe not a hundred of them, because at the current pace of harvesting the older ones will be dead before I can harvest that many!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aprilsaquarium View Post
    Very cool. I have a few now and more coming this week I believe. My supplier calls the adolphois but I’d say more likely duplicarus.
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    Good to know April. Out of curiosity, how much do you sell yours, whatever they are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy72 View Post
    I know, it would be an awesome sight. I have just set up a 33 Long to grow out some (other species) fry. But eventually it would be great to use as a species tank for the Duplicareus. Maybe not a hundred of them, because at the current pace of harvesting the older ones will be dead before I can harvest that many!
    You can do it. If you're already collected some eggs in a community tank, it may just take several months of hard work in their own breeding tank. I think I grew out over 100 a couple of years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hp10BII View Post
    You can do it. If you're already collected some eggs in a community tank, it may just take several months of hard work in their own breeding tank. I think I grew out over 100 a couple of years ago.
    Maybe I am paranoid, but I have become wary over the years about moving fish to a different tank for breeding purposes. It has happened to me more than once to lose a fish or two because of it (stress, or whatever the reason was). And then feel crappy about myself for disrupting them. These guys seem so happy in their current tank that I'll leave them alone for now. I think I'll try to give them a spawning mop and see if they use it. And take it from there.
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    I know what you mean, I've had unfortunate incidences when just doing basic maintenance moving hardscape and trimming plants that corys freak and dash around the tank and the next thing you know, they're floating on the surface of the water...and not in a good way.

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    (Crappy) pic of one of the babies in 10G grow-out tank.




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