hardiest corydoras

hardiest corydoras

Hardiest Corydora On The Smaller Side, My Aquarium Club

There are 3 very small, or dwarf, species of corydoras; Pygmaeus, Habrosus and Hastatus. Pygmaeus is most common by far, Hastatus least common. They all grow to about the same size, approximately one inch at maturity, so they are much bigger than a baby snail but still, very small fish.

Top 3 Most Hardy Cory Cats, Tropical Fish Forums

I have been having bad luck with Cory cats. I tryed to keep the peppered corys I only have one left who seems fine.I will get 2 more peppered so that will make 3. Then I want 3 or 4 more of a different kind. I was thinking of ordering some Corydoras melanistius "Bluespotted Cory", Pandas or...

What Is The Heartiest Algae Eater That Can Survive In A 10

Did you mean HARDiest Corydoras are pretty hardy, and often do well with bettas, but there is controversy about whether they can live in a 10 gallon. Some say they need large groups of 6 to 8, so therefore they can''t be in less than 20 gallons. Others say they do fine in pairs.

Hardiest of the small corys, Tropical Fish Keeping

These definitely do much better with higher numbers, and in a 10g you could have 9 which is the minimum I would aim for. There are actually several cory species that remain quite small, although the three most commonly talked about are Corydoras pygmaeus, Corydoras hastatus, and Corydoras

7 Cory Catfish Species for Your Aquarium Tank

Hiyotada Scientific name: Corydoras paleatus Also known as: Blue Leopard Corydoras, Peppered Catfish, Peppered Cory Adult size: Males–2.5 inches (6.5 cm), Females–3 inches (7.5 cm) Lifespan: 5 years Minimum tank size: 15 gallon pH: 6.0–7.0 Hardness: to 12 degrees dGH Temperature: 72–78 degrees F (22–26 degrees C) Tankmates: Peaceful, best kept in schools with other smaller fish

Small Corydoras Dwarfs and Pygmies

Small Corydoras Dwarfs and Pygmies. Following on from my previous article ''From small beginnings'' I thought is would be a good idea to introduce some more of the smaller species of Corydoras, these are affectionately known as ''Dwarf'' or ''Pygmy'' Corys. There are six species in all that I

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