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"In one of my tanks, which is a 60 gal one, I had eight (less than an inch in size) Albinos, but now, I have six left. I found two halfway eaten bodies last week. I wonder who are the guilty ones?! In that tank, I have ten guppies (four large males and six females), three Balloon mollies, one teenage swordtail, three Panda cories, two adult Julii cories, two adult Spotted Emerald Green cories, and five bright red Dwarf platies. My hunch is the Balloon mollies because they try to nibble on everybody; however, they're not that big to be such a threat, but I also know that looks can deceive. I really would like to find out which ones. Could they be the big cories, such as the Spotted Emerald Greens and the Juliis? I really enjoy these cories because they look so surreal and perhaps the cutest among the catfish family. They swim all over, especially up and down the bubble current like surfers catching a wave. Eat? They love to do that, always. They would even dare go inside the lush plastic plants. At first, they schooled, but not anymore, and I think they only did that for two or three days. They usually swim alone nowadays looking for food with their mustache busily wiggling away. Also, they are not that expensive where I live, and I'm lucky to be surrounded by seven major fish stores. Nevertheless, I really would like to see other kinds of cories, especially the one with the red streak on their back. I've only seen one on the net."
"roweb"


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