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Corydoras Pantalensis Pairs (C005)

$14999 CAD
SKU: 400000030319

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Corydoras Pantalensis Pairs (C005)

Description

Corydoras Pantalensis Pairs (C005) originate from the Pantanal wetlands, showcasing captivating spotted patterns and sociable behavior. This recently unearthed species is a rare gem, highly valued by both enthusiasts and collectors for its unique characteristics.

  1. Temperature: Corydoras species usually thrive in a temperature range of 72-78°F (22-26°C).

  2. Minimum Size Tank: A 20-gallon (75 liters) tank or larger is typically recommended for a small group of Corydoras. They are social fish, and it's best to keep them in groups of at least six individuals.

Feeding Habits: Corydoras are omnivores. They enjoy a varied diet that includes high-quality flake or pellet food, as well as live or frozen foods like bloodworms, brine shrimp, and daphnia. Provide a mix of these foods to ensure a balanced diet.

Habitat Preference: Corydoras are found in South America, mainly in slow-moving streams and rivers. A well-decorated tank with plants, rocks, and driftwood mimicking their natural habitat is ideal. Ensure the substrate is soft to avoid damaging their barbels.

Water pH Level: They typically prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH range of 6.5 to 7.5.

Behavior: Corydoras are peaceful and social fish. They are known for their playful behavior and are often seen exploring the bottom of the tank in search of food. They are also known to rest on the tank substrate.

Corydoras are schooling fish, and they feel more secure and exhibit natural behaviors when kept in groups. A group of six or more is recommended.

Corydoras are primarily bottom-dwellers. They have a unique habit of rooting around the substrate in search of food with their barbels.

Color: The coloration can vary between species, but many Corydoras have a camouflage-like pattern to blend in with their natural environment. 

Other Details: Corydoras are known for their ability to breathe air. They come to the water surface to gulp air, allowing them to survive in oxygen-deprived environments.

Remember that the care requirements may vary for different species and variants, so it's crucial to gather specific information about the C005 variant from reliable sources or breeders. Regular water testing and maintenance are also essential to keep them healthy and thriving in captivity.

Specifications

  • Category
    Catfish
  • Species Type
    Corydoras Catfish
  • Water Temperature
    72°F to 78°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Acidic, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Rocky Tanks, Hiding Spots, Driftwood, Planted Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Bottom-Dwelling, Community Fish

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Corydoras Pantalensis Pairs (C005)

$14999 CAD

Corydoras Pantalensis Pairs (C005) originate from the Pantanal wetlands, showcasing captivating spotted patterns and sociable behavior. This recently unearthed species is a rare gem, highly valued by both enthusiasts and collectors for its unique characteristics.

  1. Temperature: Corydoras species usually thrive in a temperature range of 72-78°F (22-26°C).

  2. Minimum Size Tank: A 20-gallon (75 liters) tank or larger is typically recommended for a small group of Corydoras. They are social fish, and it's best to keep them in groups of at least six individuals.

Feeding Habits: Corydoras are omnivores. They enjoy a varied diet that includes high-quality flake or pellet food, as well as live or frozen foods like bloodworms, brine shrimp, and daphnia. Provide a mix of these foods to ensure a balanced diet.

Habitat Preference: Corydoras are found in South America, mainly in slow-moving streams and rivers. A well-decorated tank with plants, rocks, and driftwood mimicking their natural habitat is ideal. Ensure the substrate is soft to avoid damaging their barbels.

Water pH Level: They typically prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH range of 6.5 to 7.5.

Behavior: Corydoras are peaceful and social fish. They are known for their playful behavior and are often seen exploring the bottom of the tank in search of food. They are also known to rest on the tank substrate.

Corydoras are schooling fish, and they feel more secure and exhibit natural behaviors when kept in groups. A group of six or more is recommended.

Corydoras are primarily bottom-dwellers. They have a unique habit of rooting around the substrate in search of food with their barbels.

Color: The coloration can vary between species, but many Corydoras have a camouflage-like pattern to blend in with their natural environment. 

Other Details: Corydoras are known for their ability to breathe air. They come to the water surface to gulp air, allowing them to survive in oxygen-deprived environments.

Remember that the care requirements may vary for different species and variants, so it's crucial to gather specific information about the C005 variant from reliable sources or breeders. Regular water testing and maintenance are also essential to keep them healthy and thriving in captivity.

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