Corydoras Eques setup

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Re: Corydoras Eques setup

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Woodh wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 2:38 am But how would I attach it in the substrate if not doing that? Currently have it floating but to be honest I think my circulation in the aquarium might be abit strong and it doesn't look to hot right now, might try to attach it to some branches or whatever with your method or just cable ties, I also wonder if superglue would be an option for it like with other plants.
Fishing line is good, can simply tie it horizontally onto branches.
If the stem is in the substrate, it tends to melt that part, so it does better just tied to things
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Re: Corydoras Eques setup

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Had to move my pygmies in with the eques, they had an incident in another tank with my skirt tetras eating one, so felt safer to move the pygmies into another tank.

So they have pygmy cories as tankmates now. Getting along fantastically and the pygmies seem really happy with them
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