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I'm tempted to get some kribensis for my 90g planted. What I'm not sure about is, if they would do well with my cories. Seeing that kribs can get territorial and dig in the Substrate, I don't want to sacrifice my colony of about 10 cories in that Tank. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I have Krebensis in a couple of African River biotope tanks. I have found having a small breeding group like one male - 3 females is a good way to go. That way the Krebs keep to themselves. This works well for me and the females are really quite colourful too. Also a good idea is to have a bunch of cave type areas for them to set-up homes, corys generally are not cave dwellers.

I follow the same process in my South American biotope where I have corys co-exist with A. agassizii, this works really well.

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Thanks for your Input. I do have some Cave structures, rocks and wood and lots of plants.

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