Corydoras Barbatus Eggs & Japanese Rice Fish Eggs! Fish Room Update 37

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Corydoras Barbatus Eggs and Japanese Rice Fish Eggs. With a throw back to the old Fish Room Update series. It's a long one so grab your lunch. Support us by buying here: http://www.aquariumcoop.com/ Playlists: Fish Room Tours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk9XUY6eNBs&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWw9OJ4nxiHrSL-hkDynugDN&index=2 Breeding Fish For Profit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpW8tHGy6T4&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWwC6MUCEY5CDc2en17DEuHu Fish Room Updates: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k15sqdgIq80&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWy0z9UYUHJEisZTIbLKAIaJ&index=1 How to Quarantine Fish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmCoLQjP7_A&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWy_XtG7TtBsRXmErhPpJrie&index=1 How to Build a Fish Room: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFPXmoxJjzA&index=2&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWycLGJbmCzyBQgquycLrdzG DIY Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BZ6zyQIf60&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWy65tSBHmR9Llgw08ceXPx0&index=1 Fish and Plant Profiles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKao1a90Lfk&list=PLNM4mDAXGxWxuU3VTz7lQu0EoFcDiPk5P&index=1 Listen to our Live streams and other Content in Podcast Form: Website: http://aquariumcoop.libsyn.com/ Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/real-fish-talk/id1072185017?mt=2 Android: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/aquarium-coop/real-fish-talk Facebook: www.facebook.com/aquariumcoop

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Andrea Shelton
Andrea Shelton - 4 years ago
Hey Cory, teeming the water works. Not a wives tale. Lived in Maine with several feet of snow every winter, it works. Another helpful hint is to teem it outside away from the house. Maybe wrap your outside tubs with your styrofoam you get from deliveries. (Maybe cut into brick size for your odd shapes). We do that to protect our potted plants (roots). I know this is last winter...but ides that may be helpful.
Sawk The Conqueror
Sawk The Conqueror - 4 years ago
I don't think those are Corydoras. Those look more like a species of Scleromystax. After looking it up, barbatus is a species of Scleromystax. They are closely related to Corydoras but they do have their differences.
Sawk The Conqueror
Sawk The Conqueror - 4 years ago
Also, Brochis isn't even considered by some to be it's own genus. Whether it is it's own genus or not is still debated, although officially it is a separate but very closely related genus. Scleromystax is closely related to both Corydoras and Brochis but it's closest relative is considered to be Aspidoras.
Sawk The Conqueror
Sawk The Conqueror - 4 years ago
Yes, there common name is still the bearded cory if I'm not wrong, but Corydoras barbatus is a false taxon. Tbh, a name like the Sclero Catfish or even better the Mystax Catfish does sound pretty cool, but I guess the name 'cory catfish' just rolls off the tongue better. I still like the name Mystax Catfish though.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 4 years ago
Correct, it's just like the brochis, everyone just refers to them as corydoras.
Sh3lby
Sh3lby - 5 years ago
Do you believe that a heater is necessary for a tank with some cory cats, zig zag eel, goldfish, and some giant danios?? I live in Florida as well if that helps?
Sh3lby
Sh3lby - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op at the lowest, it would probably get like 75
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Depends on how cold the room got. I don't think the zig zag eel would like going under 72 or so.
Sh3lby
Sh3lby - 5 years ago
Do you believe that a heater is necessary for a tank with some cory cats, zig zag eel, goldfish, and some giant danios??
Johnny Huerta
Johnny Huerta - 5 years ago
Would the Cory catfish eat my shrimp?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
They'll most likely eat some of the baby shrimp.
Miguel Borbon
Miguel Borbon - 5 years ago
Im planning to buy corydoras. Could i use methylene blue for their quarantine tank?
Miguel Borbon
Miguel Borbon - 5 years ago
Thank you
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
People do use it, I personally dont, so take my advice with a grain of salt.
PEMG HUSTLE WOMAN
PEMG HUSTLE WOMAN - 5 years ago
Styrofoam containers for shipping
Kevin Hyatt
Kevin Hyatt - 5 years ago
Great video!! I have a female barbarous sitting on eggs right now just waiting for the magic to happen :)
AquariumCop
AquariumCop - 5 years ago
I love these type of videos from you.

10. comment for Corydoras Barbatus Eggs & Japanese Rice Fish Eggs! Fish Room Update 37

Declan Barao
Declan Barao - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-op Can I get a fish shipped from you???
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Declan Barao no, unfortunately we don't ship fish
J C Biotank supreme
J C Biotank supreme - 5 years ago
Enjoy it, don't make it a chore treat it like a hobby and not just work your fish will be happy and so will you
jemetta cooper
jemetta cooper - 5 years ago
absolutely love the Cory fish, will definitely get some of them for my tank.Thanks so much Cory.
Jacqueline Steele
Jacqueline Steele - 5 years ago
Yes, the dripping tap to stop feezing works. I do it in our horse field, with the trough tap. My father and bro are plummers.
JW Aquarium's
JW Aquarium's - 5 years ago
where can you get them Catfish at, I really want a couple
Lets Get It Fitness A.K.A Bigjayinga
Lets Get It Fitness A.K.A Bigjayinga - 5 years ago
Wow, great series, I just watched all 37 of your fish room updates. They were great. Congrats, it was great to watch the room for the beginning. What's next??
Neo Blaze
Neo Blaze - 5 years ago
my grandma does that every time it gets really cold so yes it works. Also if you don't and if your lucky the pipes won't burst but you'll hear noises coming from the pipes when you turn them on the next morning.
UNICORN MADNESS
UNICORN MADNESS - 5 years ago
can u help me with a angle fish how to take care of them plz tell i watch u to help with my guppys,betta,goldfish,catfish,srimp plz help tell about anglefish am geting one
UNICORN MADNESS
UNICORN MADNESS - 5 years ago
i have a guppy
UNICORN MADNESS
UNICORN MADNESS - 5 years ago
it works

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UNICORN MADNESS
UNICORN MADNESS - 5 years ago
? how many fish have u have died
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Hard to say, over the span of 10 years, importing fish and working for a fish store and now owning one.
Esther LeClaire
Esther LeClaire - 5 years ago
Here in Idaho, we're having the most snow in 20 years!
Luke Frampton
Luke Frampton - 5 years ago
I wish people would understand that if you actually want to see the personalities and colour of the wild types of betta you need to have heavily tannin rich waters, theyll never colour up or leave their hides without it ( they also don't particularly like other fish in the tank )
Sébastien Lagacé
Sébastien Lagacé - 5 years ago
yo one question here your mech filter that you run whit a air pump for the big filter what size pump I could use for one filter
Sébastien Lagacé
Sébastien Lagacé - 5 years ago
the sponge one you have in all your tank in your garage that have a air hose to whit bubble come form the mitle of it , I both a large one from the internet.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Which filter are you specifically talking about? I'm not sure I understand.
Brad Crowley
Brad Crowley - 5 years ago
I know I'm a little late on this but the water deal does work but it should be a last resort. Here in Wyoming it's -20 and we run rental properties, the biggest question mark I say on the drip method is be mindful of your septic system. The slow drip can freeze your sewer lines if they run horizontal above ground at all be careful it will freeze. If the sewer lines go underground you'll be fine. There is a lot more to it but that is a quick basic for normally warm areas.
andrew collmore
andrew collmore - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op i would love to by alot of your convicts from you around spring or summer time.
Michael Tette
Michael Tette - 5 years ago
fish room videos are the best! So Jealous
Le Chef Aquarium
Le Chef Aquarium - 5 years ago
hey cory did you get a chance to play with the new Fluval Flex series ? I was looking to buy one this week. Do you have any good/bad reviews on it ? thanks
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I haven't put my hands on one yet. I hope to early January.
Channidae
Channidae - 5 years ago
I love Corydoras Barbatus, sadly no store in my area sells them
James Mcdade
James Mcdade - 5 years ago
A bit disappointed you aren't gonna change to an all Convict fishroom. It's what the public need... no demand from you;)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Honestly the public does need it. Everyone can learn to appreciate a very common fish :) I just happen to enjoy Guppies. But I also love white clouds etc. There are a lot of people who only see the beauty in rare things. I think it's much better to see them in the common things :)

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PyriteQueen
PyriteQueen - 5 years ago
Does any one know what the wiggly white fish in the top right corner at 18:13 is? Also the wiggly fish at 19:16?
Channidae
Channidae - 5 years ago
Np :^)
PyriteQueen
PyriteQueen - 5 years ago
Thanks!
Channidae
Channidae - 5 years ago
The first one looks like a goldfish and the second one is a albino kribensis
Iowa Discus
Iowa Discus - 5 years ago
8 hour livestream on Christmas?? Nice! I'll try to stop by for a bit.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Yep, Should be some good fun.
Anthony Ragan
Anthony Ragan - 5 years ago
Platys are among my favorites, so I'll be eagerly watching your breeding efforts with them, but does this mean you've lost interest in the goldfish and koi?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
No, I still have goldfish and a koi pond etc. It just means I've lost interest in shipping goldfish mostly.
Gamebit Phil
Gamebit Phil - 5 years ago
Nice Corydoras. Good luck with them
Matarese28
Matarese28 - 5 years ago
My zebra Danio is pregnant and the males are always chasing her around, waiting any day now for them to spawn
Matarese28
Matarese28 - 5 years ago
Ok, sweet Cory's cory and congrats on the rice fish eggs
Joseph Pinkston
Joseph Pinkston - 5 years ago
I got the same endlers from L R Bretz your fry food works great. Any advice on frozen food for them
Joseph Pinkston
Joseph Pinkston - 5 years ago
Cool I will try them thanks
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Joseph Pinkston I like frozen Cyclops for endlers.
Tyler
Tyler - 5 years ago
What do you think of videos like this
https://youtu.be/tyHaMVRgBV0

It's a video by game theorist talking about YouTube and how they promote videos and what type of video you have to make to keep YouTube happy with you I thought you would find it interesting being into numbers and stats
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I hadn't watched that video specifically but I have watched most videos on the subject. Hard to say if anyone really knows how the algorithm is working currently.
Sean Anderson
Sean Anderson - 5 years ago
The dripping water thing normally works, but it depends on your area, basically if water isn't moving through your pipes it will just continuously get colder where it sits until it freezes. water flowing through it will add new heat to the pipes it runs through, with the water itself being warmer than what was there.

so as long as the ground doesn't too cold and you flow enough water to defeat the constant leaching of heat from your water, then you should be fine. the colder the water coming in is the more water you have to move to keep the pipes from freezing, otherwise ice will slowly build up on the inside. it doesn't really take much though, just keep an eye on that water flow, make sure it doesn't stop or slow down.

Make sure there is no stagnant water in any place, water moving through every pipe that has water in it.

On a side note, I wonder if you could strategically place flow or pressure gauges somewhere in the piping system to help watch for this becoming a problem.
TheLoachGuy
TheLoachGuy - 5 years ago
Barbatus cories are one of my favs! Nice tank!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+TheLoachGuy I was admiring their black pectoral fins tonight :)
Zach Mills
Zach Mills - 5 years ago
Your question about the water dripping to help prevent from freezing; I have heard that it will make it worse if you do that but I've only heard that so I do not know for sure. And if you get the corydora barbatus to breed successfuly with a high fry survival rate you should sell them on you website because I think me and many others would be interested in buying them.
Jax Vue
Jax Vue - 5 years ago
Hey so I have guppies but when they have baby's the tail is close and idk way is it that and how would I not get deformed baby's but having the same till as the dad
BraydensBettas
BraydensBettas - 5 years ago
Would an Aqua One Ocellaris 400 and a resun Hf 2003 hang on be ok on a 25gal
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I'm not sure, i've never used those before.
HBunboxing
HBunboxing - 5 years ago
cory i had a question on wether i should get skirt tetras in my 20 tall. in it all i have are 3 long finned zebra danios. and 1 regular danio. if i cant get that fish could you give me some suggestions. thank you cory!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Well danios are pretty active, so are skirt tetras, rasboras, maybe some of the barb family like cherry barbs etc may be good choices.
Ryan McCullough
Ryan McCullough - 5 years ago
Hey Cory, do you trim the long stems on the dwarf aquarium Lily's? Mine is growing great and shot up stems about two feet tall
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Ryan McCullough I don't, I like the Lillie's on top
Derek Heath
Derek Heath - 5 years ago
Hi Cory, another great update - keep 'em coming. I feel I need to point out that Corydoras Barbatus have been reclassified into the genus Scleromystax, so now they are Scleromystax Barbatus. Although having said that, everyone I know still refers to them as Corydoras, I guess old habits die hard eh!
If they were spawning in one of my tanks I'd be trying to save all the eggs I could, they are a relatively uncommon species in the UK.
Keep up the good work :-)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Delboy Heath yeah, much harder to say and no one really cares so I use the common name. The scientific name is already in the video tags in case someone was looking for it with the scientific name.
FunctionBuilt-Aquatics
FunctionBuilt-Aquatics - 5 years ago
Cory do you want to sell the Betta simplex? And the Channoides? We work with wild Betta's that's our passion.
FunctionBuilt-Aquatics
FunctionBuilt-Aquatics - 5 years ago
No Nj ok!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+FunctionBuilt-Aquatics if you live local sure, but I don't want to ship them.
Adrian Smith
Adrian Smith - 5 years ago
love the videos Cory. I know we'll get far more out of you channel if your doing stuff you love. I look forward to spending more time with you in Your fish room.
Tyler_
Tyler_ - 5 years ago
You should make a video about how to keep the fish you sell on the website. And send the link so you don't have to email back and forth.
Tyler_
Tyler_ - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op very fair point, keep up the great work and do what you enjoy :)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Tyler_ that wouldn't stop people. Everyone wants their personal question answered. Imagine this. "I watched your video, but you didn't say that the fish could live with frogs, sterbai corydoras or a pearl gourami. I know you said it does well with peaceful fish but I just really care about my fish and want to be sure it will work. My friend has two gouramis and they fight all the time. Are you sure these neon tetras will be ok in my 10 gallon tank? I bought some from a store 2 weeks ago and they all died, please help and let me know what I need to do and what medications I need to buy and what plants to make them happy"

Now that is not an exaggeration, that happens 15 times a day every day. And when you say that dish may not work, they just ask about the next fish on the list etc.
chris day
chris day - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op do you think you could do an informative step by step guide/commentary to getting an import license, maybe CITES permits if you have any experience, dealing with US Fish and Wildlife, US customs, the airport and all that jazz? There's some info online, but it's very complicated and hard to understand for someone who doesn't already have experience.
chris day
chris day - 5 years ago
Just for those who are very serious about getting the rarer species of fish.

50. comment for Corydoras Barbatus Eggs & Japanese Rice Fish Eggs! Fish Room Update 37

Josiah Potter
Josiah Potter - 5 years ago
what keeps all the algae off your plants? in the first tank the cory's or the snails
EJ Fishes 76
EJ Fishes 76 - 5 years ago
Cory- follow your passion & what you like...thanks as always for another excellent video. Looking forward to live bearer updates.
pacmanfrog 101
pacmanfrog 101 - 5 years ago
lol you could just show off all the current fish in the store and I would watch an hour worth
The amazing Walker
The amazing Walker - 5 years ago
How are the turtle eggs can you do an update on that
pacmanfrog 101
pacmanfrog 101 - 5 years ago
I wish I could send you my guppies. I bred some green iridescent ones and some endlers but they are getting moved out. it'd be cool to see what you could dod with them.
gutsanglory1
gutsanglory1 - 5 years ago
haha...im at -17F right now....with colder weather on the way.
Tayah Coleman
Tayah Coleman - 5 years ago
Where is your store located? Do you supply silver hatchets?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Edmonds, Washington, We have silver hatchets, yes.
Robert P.
Robert P. - 5 years ago
i know the feeling. i've got so many projects going. It's not what I can get done. It's what can I put off.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Yeah, it is a bummer when you don't want to put any of them off!
oldiron1223
oldiron1223 - 5 years ago
Moving water doesn't freeze.I lived in Fairbanks for 20 years and there were rivers that ran all winter even in 50 below.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Wow, that's impressive.
Greentea
Greentea - 5 years ago
It's cool you're gonna be more focused on livebearers again. Cant wait for the dumbo ear updates as that's the project I'm currently working on.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I'm excited :)
Tropical MN
Tropical MN - 5 years ago
Good move. Letting the water drip works. At least in Minnesota it does.
Yam Gaming
Yam Gaming - 5 years ago
im really cilling killifish lately
Jared Runner
Jared Runner - 5 years ago
haha 33:44....
Omar K Johnson
Omar K Johnson - 5 years ago
It's not a wise tail it's to keep the pipes from freezing up we know about it here in buffalo all ny you should run all faucets periodically throughout the cold temps to keep pipes flowing
AQUAPROS
AQUAPROS - 5 years ago
SAVE THE EGGS!!! Hahah Love me some Cory's :D
Chelsee Parsons
Chelsee Parsons - 5 years ago
Love love the teacup platies! Been obsessed with them since I saw this video earlier today. Doin all the research on them! Unfortunately there's not a lot of info I can find on them. A new bucket list fish!
Chelsee Parsons
Chelsee Parsons - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op any tips for keeping them? My water is super hard, like in the 7.8-8.4 range. Water changes help keep it down but it's always going to be high. Also any tips where to find them?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Yeah they aren't common at all. I fell in love with them about 7 years ago. Missed them ever since I had gotten rid of them.
solar clapson
solar clapson - 5 years ago
I live in Northern Ontario, where -14 in December is a nice day. Yes, letting your water trickle is a "real thing". Stay warm mate.
s_ r
s_ r - 5 years ago
mickymouse platys are tiny too.
s_ r
s_ r - 5 years ago
cory,whats your favorite live berale
s_ r
s_ r - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op mine is platies,guppies are cool too.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Guppies :)
Eric
Eric - 5 years ago
Hey man I dig your vids. Enjoy your Holiday season. :)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Thanks for hanging out with me Eric, Happy Holidays :)
s_ r
s_ r - 5 years ago
love the jungle.
Patrick Goncalves
Patrick Goncalves - 5 years ago
What is your favorite tropical community fish tank mix starting with Angelfish? And can Angelfish be compatible with German Blue Rams and Dwarf Gourami's? What about Platies and Angelfish?
pia a
pia a - 5 years ago
Patrick Goncalves hi!! In my 55 I have two angels, 6 rosy barbs, 2 madagascar rainbows, 1 farewella cat, 4 female German Blue Rams, 5 candy cane tetras, and 3 harlequin rasboras
Patrick Goncalves
Patrick Goncalves - 5 years ago
Thank you
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Typically all of those can go together. I like to mix angelfish with oddballs, like knife fish, catfish, leaf fish etc.
KG cichlids
KG cichlids - 5 years ago
Do you feed the koi during the winter very little?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I don't feed them at all when water temp is cold.
KG cichlids
KG cichlids - 5 years ago
Those are barbadass fish, lol love the living room tank very cool.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I see what you did there.
Kala C TheNanoChick
Kala C TheNanoChick - 5 years ago
Cory good luck with getting your fish room back to where you can enjoy it! I love the rainbow tiger endlers i can't wait to see what you do with them.

Hopefully everything works out for you!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I hope so too!
Debra Klinger
Debra Klinger - 5 years ago
Cory needs to do what Cory wants to do.  We love that you show us so many great tips and tricks.  We love that you want to teach us about breeding and raising up eggs and fry.  We love everything that you provide in both knowledge and product.

None of that matters if you, Cory, are not totally happy with what you are doing.  I think anyone and everyone that values what you give to us believes this.  Go back to focusing on your livebearers and fishroom setup.  I feel like you started building your fishroom with what you wanted to do in mind, but it (kinda quickly) turned to what we (viewers) wanted to see.  But it's not ours, it's yours.  Do what you want to do.  If you end up losing some viewers because they're not seeing what they want to see, that's on them.  There are plenty of other YouTubers hobbyists that they can watch.  Personally I want to see what you want to show us.  As for not shipping animals in the winter time, I expect that from someone that values the animals they provide.  It's done in the herps business ALL THE TIME.  Why not the aquatics business?Pep talk over,Lauren from Pennsylvania
Backyard Aquatics
Backyard Aquatics - 5 years ago
As far as the freezing water Google - latent heat of fusion - they use it here in Napa to keep from loosing the bloom on the grape vines.

let me know if you want to sell the any wild Betta.
BigFly Multimedia
BigFly Multimedia - 5 years ago
Cory, you will want a pencil thick constant stream. That drip is not enough movement to keep it from freezing.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Oh interesting, thank you for that, I'll turn it up a bit when I get home.
DebTim A CANADIAN Girl
DebTim A CANADIAN Girl - 5 years ago
Hi Cory.. excellent tour.. wow you are busy. I hope you can save some of the corydora eggs.. good luck.
Inglorious Bettas
Inglorious Bettas - 5 years ago
Those are the coolest Corydoras I've ever seen! O_O
Dorkula
Dorkula - 5 years ago
I see what you did there.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I'm the coolest Corydora you've ever seen!
cv12341234 ps4
cv12341234 ps4 - 5 years ago
it gets as bad as -20 here in winter sometimes more
s_ r
s_ r - 5 years ago
is cool that koi can live under ice.
AndrewL
AndrewL - 5 years ago
Another 8 hour stream?? YESSSS
Fish in the Corner
Fish in the Corner - 5 years ago
Lol it only gets down to 40 year round where I'm from:)
Neon Tetra Aquarist
Neon Tetra Aquarist - 5 years ago
COLLECT THE EGGS! OH LORD PLEASE DONT JUST LET THOSE GO!
Dorkula
Dorkula - 5 years ago
That's what I told him Neon.
Glass Boxes
Glass Boxes - 5 years ago
Wild caught angel fish @ 2:59 have amazing metallics as you mention! Is that a typical trait with wild caught angels which tends to become less of a feature in later generations once captive? I've just never seen metallics like that in real life on an angelfish before but don't think I've seen wild caught ones (or even close-too) either
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I feel like i haven't seen them with that much metallic myself before either. So who knows.
young spy baystars pv
young spy baystars pv - 5 years ago
ヒメダカじゃん
young spy baystars pv
young spy baystars pv - 5 years ago
Actually I can speak english, but I accidentally wrote my comment in japanese, sory. I used to have a lot of rice fish when I was living in Japan, but when I started to live in US, I never saw rice fish, so I fell very lucky to see rice fish in your video. Love your videos, I hope that your rice fish's egg will hatch! Sory for the grammar and the spelling...
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
正解です!メリカではメダカはまだまだそれほど普及してないから、ヒメダカでもメダカ(英語でいうとJapanese rice fish)といいます(^^) コメントをしてくれてありがとう!
Fishing Pulse
Fishing Pulse - 5 years ago
Come on Cory . you gotta like poor little convict cichlids . send me a pre paid shipping box and Ill send you about 400 I have in stock, lol
BR41NY BR41N BraSin
BR41NY BR41N BraSin - 5 years ago
Hello, I am new to Chiclids and i have a empty 47 gallon tank. How many fish can get in this aquarium? In what tempeture do they live? Can someone tell me everything about Chiclids?
Paul Sam
Paul Sam - 5 years ago
a slow drip does work. In Vegas where i am the pipes and drip systems are only 2/3 inches below the ground. So dripping the faucets when below 32 is a must. where u r is different but when it gets real cool it works.
Sakura Haruno
Sakura Haruno - 5 years ago
have you every thought about finding someone else to teach us about Cichlids? like cichlids of the week. so you could ease the load on you. just a suggestion
Sakura Haruno
Sakura Haruno - 5 years ago
oh sorry that was what meant, I should of explained better when I suggested it. by finding awesome YouTube to link up with you about other fish species like have a species of the week. I love watching your channel and sent friends that were looking for advice on different matters to you channel. Thank Cory
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Fish room tours do that. But paying someone to teach people about cichlids I don't sell. I think it's best to just encourage other cichlid youtubers to make more content :)
Isometric Aquariums
Isometric Aquariums - 5 years ago
CORY I GOT A COOL PLATY PROJECT FOR YOU .... MICKEY MOUSE PLATYS CROSSED WITH SUNSHINE/RISE PLATYS .... THAT MY FRIEND WILL GET U SOME AMAZING RESULTS !!!!!
Ash Hall
Ash Hall - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op yea mixing them all females with one good male works a treat ... then just keep swapping the male species
Isometric Aquariums
Isometric Aquariums - 5 years ago
mix the shit out of them !!! and watch the new hybrids u can make !!!!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Possibly, I'm not sure I love the micky mouse gene, I like wag gene better.
Aquarium Saturation
Aquarium Saturation - 5 years ago
Petsmart vid would be great
Koolers Aquatics
Koolers Aquatics - 5 years ago
Another great video!! I think i pause each video at least 5 times to go fix things or rearrange things in a tank thanks to your videos. Im glad to hear your getting back to what you love doing. I think a lot of us get sidetracked and away from the things that got us into the hobby in the first place. Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life :) Happy Holidays
Sakura Haruno
Sakura Haruno - 5 years ago
Ha I got you beat I live in Ontario Canada and we had -20F and next week -30F oh boy it was cold and more to come. it just shows that you care about the fish, the customers Cory that is why you don't ship fish this time a year People will understand. you have and Awesome customers services that's why.
Kevin b
Kevin b - 5 years ago
i like the corydoras , Rice Fish and live berears. enough cichlids on YouTube.
Tyler_
Tyler_ - 5 years ago
Kevin b yea, I prefer the cheaper simple fish aye
M. Yates
M. Yates - 5 years ago
Those are such neat Corydoras! Love them!
Robert treboR
Robert treboR - 5 years ago
I do miss the daily doses. I watched them everyday when i get to work. Now i have nothing to watch while i am at work. I guess I will just have to work :(
Gabriel V
Gabriel V - 5 years ago
Cool Vid. Always nice to do stuff your into versus doing what others want you to do. If live bearers is what you like then that's what you should be messing with the most. They are interesting fish. I only own the wild variety of Green Sailfin Mollies and they are pretty neat. Breed like rabbits. Can't wait to see you breed the new endlers love them little guys.
Gabriel V
Gabriel V - 5 years ago
I haven't found any mollies that truly catch my eye. Have seen a few guppies though online. To buy or not to buy lol. Don't care to order fish in winter. Only thing stopping me right now.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I want to do some more mollies down the road.
Sebastian Arias
Sebastian Arias - 5 years ago
Hey Cory. Why don't you google form it? They can ask a question and the answer is only typed once. For your fish online conundrum
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Mostly because if people could use a google form search, they could use google. Which answers their question anyways.

100. comment for Corydoras Barbatus Eggs & Japanese Rice Fish Eggs! Fish Room Update 37

Allison Behringer
Allison Behringer - 5 years ago
I totally support what you are doing! If anybody can make guppies and under-gravel filters cool again, you can. It was awesome to hear the enthusiasm in your voice and I can't wait for what's next!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Bringing cool back! 1 undergravel and guppy at a time!
Talmari Turner
Talmari Turner - 5 years ago
Lol cold try coming up to Ny
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
No way, too cold there :P
BlueMoon
BlueMoon - 5 years ago
I noticed the fish gone I thought it was just the cold but oh well. Gotta try to find some breeds local to me for me to breed we just need better fish around here.
BlueMoon
BlueMoon - 5 years ago
Gosh if I lived out there I'd offer to help lol
Top_Hat_Turtle_productions
Top_Hat_Turtle_productions - 5 years ago
I know why you meant by that it's really cold for you but I live In ohio so it gets -10 at least like every year
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Yeah, I'm used to 80 degrees inside my store or fish room etc.
venflo studio
venflo studio - 5 years ago
make a video(complete care,maintanence,feeding,bla bla) about flowerhorn
venflo studio
venflo studio - 5 years ago
okok but whatever your doing is very gud
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
No intentions of doing that, I'm not much of a fan of flowerhorns.
BraydensBettas
BraydensBettas - 5 years ago
Give the seprocheomus to Bob. Spelling fail
BraydensBettas
BraydensBettas - 5 years ago
hey Cory. Is it safe to take plants from my local creek and stick them in my tank? Do I have to a quarantine the plants? If so how do in do it?
BraydensBettas
BraydensBettas - 5 years ago
Week it's not quite a creek. It's a silt trap or pond with brown water at the bottom of my street. It has life though! Hundreds of mosquito fish and loads of eels. And gets quite warm in summer
BraydensBettas
BraydensBettas - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op true. If I took some duck weed could I slowly acclimate it to warmer water?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I'd say mostly safe, but most plants from a creek, want very cool water and tropical temps tend to make them melt.
Aiden Meredith
Aiden Meredith - 5 years ago
we get -10 at least a week through winter every year. one year -30...... the snow was frozen an inch deep...
Catfish Cave
Catfish Cave - 5 years ago
I'm guessing demand for Barbatus cories just went up around the globe. I love those Angels... I still like the wild look the best. I remember when it was 12-15 degrees when I lived there - everyone said it was unusually cold. Minus temperature!!! Yowza!!! Yes, the dripping water can prevent freezing or vastly slow it down - do you have pipes directly exposed to outside weather? Hose bibs or pipe insulation on outside pipes can prevent freezing too. Inside pipes are ok as long as you don't let your house get below 30 degrees.... not bloody likely with fish in the house. Wow!-Thats a dream job!! If only I was closer to retirement - I want to move back to Seattle then anyway. Did you see the articles (yes-plural!) on Rice Fish in Amazonas a few issues ago?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
I did see those articles in Amazonas. I was sad to have found them so early and not get them to show them to the united states before Amazonas :P
Kevin Cunningham
Kevin Cunningham - 5 years ago
That brief moment where you consider quitting your entire career to move to WA to help sell fish online with Cory...

Ah, one can dream, lol
Kevin Cunningham
Kevin Cunningham - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op - I bring 10 years of aquarium experience, 6 years of sales experience, and 25+ years of experience in clobbering tacos!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Most people can't handle the taco eating requirement to work for me :P
Allison Behringer
Allison Behringer - 5 years ago
Wow... I'm not the only one!
subisblack
subisblack - 5 years ago
What is your culling process?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
Usually I just remove the fish to another tank, like with turtles or something like that.
Thibault Boeraeve
Thibault Boeraeve - 5 years ago
the water is good but I live in belgium so the name is Baktopur from sera
bronwenism
bronwenism - 5 years ago
It is so nice to see you enthusiastic about your plans for your fish focus! You mentioned Heterandria formosa in a video a few months ago and I became fascinated by the idea of them, I finally managed to get two pairs last weekend! I love them, so tiny and cute. I have set up a nice planted tank for them and am crossing my fingers I will be able to get four or six more to start a little colony. Not easy to find in the UK! It has also opened up to me a whole new world of rarer livebearers that I never even knew existed! Thank you for all that you do for your viewers :)
Tyler Iyomasa
Tyler Iyomasa - 5 years ago
That panda guppy tank is incredible. I love livebearers as well. I'm thinking about getting a colony of halfbeaks for breeding.
Thibault Boeraeve
Thibault Boeraeve - 5 years ago
My betta was always fighting with a male platy and the platy was biting his fins now he is in a seperate tank and he has finrot and it won't go away (I have threated him twice already) what can I do????
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Thibault Boeraeve check water parameters, what did you use to treat? Erythromycin?
saxaphonehero11
saxaphonehero11 - 5 years ago
Keeping water running in the pipes does make it less likely for the water to freeze in the pipe. A fluid running through a tube has resistance and that makes a little bit of heat, but more importantly when molecules are moving they have a higher kinetic energy and temperature is a measure of the mean kinetic energy. If you want real world proof, think of a lake, (I live near Lake Erie) and the lake will freeze, but the streams even though they have less water rarely freeze solid.
Alexis Ludle
Alexis Ludle - 5 years ago
when it gets really cold in our house we leave the faucets dripping and it makes a world of difference, especially in a multiple story house.
block5178
block5178 - 5 years ago
excited to see livebearers! Also the drip will avoid freezing for sure; we did it when i lived up north and had -40 for weeks sometimes, though it also increases the chances of a frozen and plugged drain but at your temperatures I am sure that isn't a risk.
miss Dovii
miss Dovii - 5 years ago
good luck in trying to get free time cory lol
Steenfott Aquatics
Steenfott Aquatics - 5 years ago
I am trying to find where it says its going to be negative 14. That makes me happy but i dont see the report anywhere =(
Catfish Cave
Catfish Cave - 5 years ago
Lowest I found was 22F. Thats not that cold... (he said from sunny Rose Bowl country 64F right now)
Alan Surgeoner
Alan Surgeoner - 5 years ago
Is that 14 below (or minus 14) in farenheit or celsius. Hate being picky but it is minus or below, saying negative sounds weird
ShortNanxious
ShortNanxious - 5 years ago
Thank you for taking back your fishroom, from YouTube and your store) and making your fishroom YOUR OWN again! It's been showing for awhile that breeding fish and doing projects for others isn't working for you, Cory. I started watching your Channel when I found your old fishroom updates on Wednesdays...and of course Taco Tuesdays. lol. lately you haven't been interested enough to do those long fishroom updates, which you so excited even to just purposefully breed convicts and you had five different live barers, some where the rare kind from Greg Sage in Denver and you never made more than two videos on them, same with the Liberty/ Mexican mollies you got from him... That's what I want to see... The in depth Cory McElroy hobbyist fishroom updates and projects. Then the Store tours and unpacking videos for the Aquarium Coop store owner Cory, because the unpacking videos of multiple fish and plant species most hobbyists and fish keepers never really see that part. lol. But YES. Take back your hobby and I will be more than happy to watch your long videos.
JC's house of fish tanks
JC's house of fish tanks - 5 years ago
hi Cory yes the dripping tap works I'm from Canada and this is used most often in old houses that don't have any wall insulation to keep the pipes from freezing in the winter time. depending on the temperature you may have to run it considerably faster for it to work
Tyler
Tyler - 5 years ago
man cory your right do what you want and that makes you happy with fish otherwise it becomes a chore and sucks and who cares what others want you to do. really i hated guppys and gold fish thought there where dumb but from watching you i have got a new respect for them and might keep them.

so end all do what you love and people will see it and love what you do

thanks for all you do :)
martins rifts Uk
martins rifts Uk - 5 years ago
Wise man once said, shipping fish is the most amount of work you can do.

Guess who said that Cory?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+martins rifts Uk yeah... Sometimes I think I know better than myself. I think I can do it! The truth is I can't. Do it, but I don't enjoy doing it.
Ryan Osborne
Ryan Osborne - 5 years ago
working on a albino koi tancho swordtails don't even know if they exist in the hobby
Ryan Osborne
Ryan Osborne - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op I don't think so but I have a all white kohaku swordtail with a red spot on top of its head and I think it looks pretty cool so why not?
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Ryan Osborne I'm not sure if ranchos exist really.
Elissa Jackson
Elissa Jackson - 5 years ago
I loved the news that you are going to focus on what you enjoy, especially because it's live bears, my favorite.
ShortNanxious
ShortNanxious - 5 years ago
Great in depth shot and video piece of the Corys. ...and Great in depth video this time.love it
Matthew Despaw
Matthew Despaw - 5 years ago
time to slow down and regroup man.
Ryan Osborne
Ryan Osborne - 5 years ago
I do also enjoy breeding rams
John's Aquarium
John's Aquarium - 5 years ago
Them tiger endlers look awesome. U should cross breed with guppies. I bet the fry would look beautiful..
John's Aquarium
John's Aquarium - 5 years ago
See your always teaching me something.. lol
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+John's Aquarium tiger endlers already are crossed with guppies :) I plan to keep them looking like that as I think they are awesome.
Ryan Osborne
Ryan Osborne - 5 years ago
yes and wrap any outside or outside wall pipes or you can use straw
Ryan Osborne
Ryan Osborne - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op you also use straw around the footer on the outside
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Ryan Osborne yeah, I believe all the pipes are insulated, but I should check again.
Cole Schramm
Cole Schramm - 5 years ago
I like the "old school" fish room update. Great job! Looks like you're having a good time again.
neilhy
neilhy - 5 years ago
Another great video thanks Cory. Very interesting. And good to hear that your new years resolution is to slow it down a bit and focus on what makes you happy.
Keep up the good work. Best wishes from the UK.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+neilhy thanks for the support Neil.
Paul Chippington
Paul Chippington - 5 years ago
Great post Corey love your posts
John's Aquarium
John's Aquarium - 5 years ago
I live in Massachusetts an when it gets real cold I do the same thing, I let the faucets run a little so yeah its a real thing..
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+John's Aquarium cool. Thanks for the input
Connor Winfield
Connor Winfield - 5 years ago
I live in RI
Jared Hyde
Jared Hyde - 5 years ago
can you please link your instagram page to your Facebook account. i dont have instagram and i would like to follow your pictures. thanks
Jared Hyde
Jared Hyde - 5 years ago
international icon. Cheers from Australia.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Jared Hyde thanks for the support. I'm always happy to hear people enjoy what I do.
Jared Hyde
Jared Hyde - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op thank you Cory. You're a great inspiration and have taken first place for my favourite youtube channel. Keep up the great work brother.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Jared Hyde both are aquariumcoop. So www.facebook.com/aquariumcoop and www.instagram.com/aquariumcoop
David Bellman
David Bellman - 5 years ago
I understand how you feel that's why I am going to concentrate on mollies and swordtails have a great holiday and enjoy your family
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+David Bellman share some on the home show so I can see when you do it :)
Gaming With Fitz
Gaming With Fitz - 5 years ago
agitation of the surface will keep water from freezing to certain extents. The colder it gets, the more you have to agitate to avoid a freeze. it just adds mechanical energy to the system to replace the heat energy lost.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Gaming With Fitz awesome. Thanks.
Laura
Laura - 5 years ago
Yes. Its real. We do that in MN. A slow trickle will keep the pipes from freezing.
Acleod Litsky
Acleod Litsky - 5 years ago
Yes. In the last place I rented, it was mandatory to keep the trickle (actually, a stream the diameter of a pencil) going all winter.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Laura good to know :)
Dwain Kitchel
Dwain Kitchel - 5 years ago
follow that bliss Cory :)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Dwain Kitchel true! I love when pektec says that.
Michael Johnston
Michael Johnston - 5 years ago
how are the turtle eggs
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Michael Johnston so far still eggs. On my next day off I need to setup the camera.
Chris Thomsen
Chris Thomsen - 5 years ago
Cory, I have a PROBLEM with my corydora paleatus :'( I have 10, and they have lived in the aquarium for 3 months, but a few of them seems to have become light tailed, and can no longer stay at the bottom, i have searched a lot on the internet but no luck so far, on what it is or how to tread it. They live in a 200 liter aquarium (150cm long 45 wide) with 8 black winged hatchet fish, so they should have plenty of room, the temp is 24c which should be like 75.2F. and i do weekly waterchanges of aprox 15-20% and then a monthly around 30-45% on top of that. So far i have tried skip feeting a few days, feeding cucumber and zucchini since i thought they suffered from bloating. Hope you have an idea or two :)
Chris Thomsen
Chris Thomsen - 5 years ago
No i haven't, what treatment would advice me to try, any help would help :)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Chris Thomsen have you tried deworming them? Being bottom feeders they tend to pick up lots of tapeworms.
Rich's Fishes
Rich's Fishes - 5 years ago
man I'm still amazed you can keep those koi outdoors all winter with the pond being above ground. Makes me wonder if I can pull that off here in NY. -14 is insane cold for anywhere! Keeping the water dripping pretty much works the same way as the bubbles in the koi pond. The moving water wont freeze as easy but of course could freeze eventually. Something about the molecules moving doesn't allow crystallization. I'm sure people would still watch the daily dose......even if it was a 30 second timelapse of your 8 hour day at the computer!
Rich's Fishes
Rich's Fishes - 5 years ago
looking forward to the new hearing the new ideas!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Rich's Fishes thanks for the explanation. Yeah if it actually goes negative 14 I'm worried about the pond. But I have ideas... I'll have to film em :)
HappyHippo
HappyHippo - 5 years ago
Polar vortex is sweeping Northern US next week
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+HappyHippo yeah. Could be crazy
Connor Winfield
Connor Winfield - 5 years ago
You said your whole family is making dinner,does that mean you have kids? If so are they interested in the hobby?
Connor Winfield
Connor Winfield - 5 years ago
Cool
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Connor Winfield no kids. Just sister in law and mother in law staying with us :)
ray taylor
ray taylor - 5 years ago
the betta in the right looks to have fin rot or niping
ray taylor
ray taylor - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op yup the crown tail.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+ray taylor I'll take a look at it I. The fish room. You are talking about the crown tail yeah?
Matthew B
Matthew B - 5 years ago
:o i hope you breed something special and new. love live-bearers best fish in the community. Can't wait for the Platies, you should try to breed all the bearer "guppies, Platies, Swordtails and Mollies" would love to see them all successfully breeding and making you smile :)

P.S those Rice Fish are looking much better after a lil rest and there breeding must be happy fish :p
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Matthew B yeah, I seriously thought of calling aquarium coop live-bearer land because all I want to have is livebearers.
eddiekytia
eddiekytia - 5 years ago
Thats cool hearing you talk about me with the true S.A.E ....i know it was me you were referring to!...lol....by the way if you think its safer to pay for overnight....i have no problem paying for the safety of the fish...it dont matter if it ends up costing ep or 40 @ fish.....i need them and im all about there safety first...just keep in touch and let me know....THANKS CORY!!!!
Zac Soriano
Zac Soriano - 5 years ago
You could do what Than from Tidal Gardens does and make videos on every species so you could reference online customers to your videos to cut down on the question.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Zac Soriano I could do that, but I enjoy the personal interaction with people 1 on 1. And lots of people have specific problems based on their water etc. But more videos always helps :)
jmaxbeat1
jmaxbeat1 - 5 years ago
Hi Cory, I was hoping you could answer a question for me. So in one of your videos you said that having 2 angelfish aren't a good idea due to one dominating the other one. I keep 2 (believe both females), 10 cardinal tetras, and 1 pearl gourami all in a 46 planted bowfront. So the question is... do you think long term that the angels will be ok together, or do you think that one will eventually dominate the other? Any advice is always welcome
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+jmaxbeat1 if they are both females and been getting along for a while. I think you'll probably be ok.
V. Stag
V. Stag - 5 years ago
keep your head up look forward we love your videos and are along for the ride no matter where it takes us
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+V. Stag thanks for the support! Means a lot.
Kyle Raines
Kyle Raines - 5 years ago
About 5 or 6 years ago we had it get down to 0 degrees up here in MV Washington, combined with about a 1' of snow, it was awful for about a week!
Kyle Raines
Kyle Raines - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op I bet (I'm doing the opposite commute now lol)
I had to pick up some people in Vancouver Wa and SeaTac that day. As I dropped into the valley the temp plummeted from 20 to 0. It was crazy
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Kyle Raines yeah, I was working at Co way Tropical Fish back then :p the commute into work was brutal.
Name Unavailable.
Name Unavailable. - 5 years ago
Cory. it's already minus 31 here. I'm up in B.C. Canada.
Name Unavailable.
Name Unavailable. - 5 years ago
Acleod Litsky. Yea Canada uses a different system then the states, that's right.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Name Unavailable. Wow that's crazy. You are so close and that is wicked cold!
Lucaa
Lucaa - 5 years ago
i own tiger endlers. i already bred like 100 fry. but they r cool
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Luca Den Boer yeah, years ago I bred a lot of tigers. I really enjoy that fish.
Madam Wolfie
Madam Wolfie - 5 years ago
love your vids. Can you recommend tank mates for a male betta fish? I've tried Google and asking pet stores but I never get the same answers. My betta is a pretty calm boy.
solar clapson
solar clapson - 5 years ago
Wolf Lilld
I keep bettas in 40 Breeder community tanks with live bearers, plecos, small tetras, and zebra danios with no problems. You just need not to have tank mates of the same colour as the male bettas.
Madam Wolfie
Madam Wolfie - 5 years ago
+block5178 oh I am that would be really cool!!! Thanks so much =^.^=
block5178
block5178 - 5 years ago
Wolf Lilld ghost shrimp are the most common recommendation i hear of you're interested in shrimp.
Madam Wolfie
Madam Wolfie - 5 years ago
+Cedric Quesada Great I will try that. I have tried one fish before but that fishes started to attack his fins so I had to seperat them. It's a 10g tank. How many do you think would be okay to get?
Cedric Quesada
Cedric Quesada - 5 years ago
Wolf Lilld maybe some neon of cardinal tetras and some corydoras? I had never problems with that combination.
RescueDogTreats
RescueDogTreats - 5 years ago
Cory, take care and totally agree with following your passion! Stay positive and always enjoy you vids! Family first...
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+RescueDogTreats thanks for the co times support :)
Jamie MacDonald
Jamie MacDonald - 5 years ago
Nice ! I didn't know how much fun it is to have fry. My Molly having fry change my entire hobby. I am now looking at things totally different
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Jamie MacDonald mollies were the first fish I ever bred. It was an accident and totally changed my life not just hobby. Here I am owning a fish store because black mollies bred.
FishPerson Vblogs
FishPerson Vblogs - 5 years ago
Can you plz do another store tour????
FishPerson Vblogs
FishPerson Vblogs - 5 years ago
Aquarium Co-Op
Okay. That's cool. BTW good luck during winter!!!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+FishPerson Vblogs I almost did one last night after I unpacked fish but it was snowing and I didn't want to get stuck.
amcluesent
amcluesent - 5 years ago
Fair play, if the margin on online fish sales was poor, no point in being a charity
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+amcluesent it is profitable, just the least we make. So it's like having a good job and a part time job that pays less well. If you needed more time off, it's a no trainer to quit the part time job.
Jean-luc Chessher
Jean-luc Chessher - 5 years ago
The dripping dose work because running water freezes at a mutch lower temperature
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Jean-luc Chessher I thought it might be something like that.
Moe
Moe - 5 years ago
Don't stretch yourself too thin , just do what you enjoy and show us, we will watch it.
Brad Cooley
Brad Cooley - 5 years ago
marcusallenp qq
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+marcusallenp thanks :)
burningfyra
burningfyra - 5 years ago
hey cory I heard on a live stream you have bred desert gobies before. I fairly recently I got one he seems happy and is being fed but I want him to thrive. he deserves it what else do you think I should do for him he has a sand substrate a big log with nooks and cranies but is there anything else you think I sould do more for him? I can't really find live food in australia but I can get freeze dryed bloodworms
burningfyra
burningfyra - 5 years ago
yep I can find them thanks!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+buringfyra can you get frozen blood worms? They prefer to eat off the bottom and freeze dried float typically.
Sebastian
Sebastian - 5 years ago
Do what makes you happy!!! But keep some bettas lol (:
JT Brock
JT Brock - 5 years ago
After seeing your videos on how much time and work goes into shipping fish, I don't blame you one bit for reassessing.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+JT Brock I just don't want to disappoint customers and I'm afraid if I get too short on time I will. Thanks for the support.
Habeeb Basha
Habeeb Basha - 5 years ago
Cory,just a constructive feedback,you're always not looking into the camera.i feel that you will reach out more to us and feel more "connected" if you are "looking at us when you're talking" I hope you read this and take this positively and we're all working together to improve one another!!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Habeeb Basha totally, it's just harder to do than most think and typically when I'm talking I'm also thinking etc. One of the biggest bloggers In the world explained why he wears sunglasses in his videos, so everyone thinks he's looking at the camera. I think I'd just look weird with em on in the fish room :p
Teni Teni
Teni Teni - 5 years ago
can you pleaseeee update on those goldfish in the big tank ? Pretty pleaseee !!! (secretly hoping you will have a go pro by Christmas for under water footage)
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Teni Teni I'll try and shoe em off more in a video soon. I have an underwater camera already too :)
Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson - 5 years ago
I need some of that aponogeton boivinuanus. All my leaves fell off. ;-(
Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson - 5 years ago
the bulb is still in the aquarium so I hope it comes back!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Dan Johnson they die back once a year. They go dormant then typically resolution and grow to their full potential a month or two later.
Danny's Aquariums
Danny's Aquariums - 5 years ago
I love the Corydoras Barbatus, and the Dumbo Ear Guppys!
I wish my LFS had them!

Since the shoutout that you gave me, I have +40 subscribers!
Thums up Cory!
Danny's Aquariums
Danny's Aquariums - 5 years ago
I want to! But I can't find C. Barbatus!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Danny's Aquariums awesome, glad to hear it Danny.
Randy Bartlett
Randy Bartlett - 5 years ago
Like the direction you are headed. Looking forward to learning more from you. Really appreciate all you do!
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Randy Bartlett thanks for watching Randy.
Akshay A
Akshay A - 5 years ago
can u suggest tank mates for green severum and parrot fish
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Akshay A how about ctenopoma leaf fish?
MELODY MUNRO
MELODY MUNRO - 5 years ago
Selling people fish - Why the frak do you have to do people's research about fish keeping for them?...tell them to come back after they have done their research. Bloody lazy.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+buringfyra it's a catch 22. The people who don't research first often times don't know how. I realize it seems impossible, but we have people call weekly who cant use Ema or the website and want to buy things. I try and help as many people as I can each day.
burningfyra
burningfyra - 5 years ago
MELODY MUNRO i love cory but sometimes I think he needs to just tell people to go google their questions before asking him a question he has answered 1000s of times before and is easily accessible on google. cory has such a wealth of knowledge and experience with fishkeeping and he has information and experience with things that are not easily accessible from google.
Khi Burgess
Khi Burgess - 5 years ago
Would be nice to see you raise up some egg layers....I am bias though live bearers are not my thing tbh.
jashelps
jashelps - 5 years ago
The dripping water slows down the process but doesn't stop it. Eventually the water will freeze unless there is enough flow of above freezing point water and that dripping isn't enough.
burningfyra
burningfyra - 5 years ago
jashelps especially if the air temp is lower than freezing
Kenneth McCarty
Kenneth McCarty - 5 years ago
moo
Moe
Moe - 5 years ago
My corydoras only lay 2-3 eggs every time , is there a reason for that?
Brian Scheuermann
Brian Scheuermann - 5 years ago
throw on some Barry White. That might help.
Aquarium Co-Op
Aquarium Co-Op - 5 years ago
+Skowedey interesting. I have read studies they fish can count to 7 and everything above that is the same. Is there a study on corydoras for counting? I'd love to read it.
Skowedey
Skowedey - 5 years ago
Corydora are pretty well known to prefer the number three, as it reflects the highest number they can count to.
Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go - 5 years ago
second
Eric Ocean
Eric Ocean - 5 years ago
first :P

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