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Corydoras sp. CW106 (Mitu)

$3499 CAD
SKU: 400000028408

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Corydoras sp. CW106 (Mitu)

Description

Corydoras sp. CW106, also known as "Corydoras Mitu," is a type of freshwater catfish in the family Callichthyidae. It is part of the Corydoras genus, which includes various species commonly known as corydoras catfish or cory catfish. 

1. Temperature: Corydoras catfish, in general, prefer temperatures in the range of 72-78°F (22-26°C).

2. Minimum Tank Size: A 20-gallon (75 liters) tank is usually recommended for a small group of corydoras catfish to provide them with ample swimming space and to accommodate their social behavior.

Feeding Habits: Corydoras are omnivorous and primarily feed on the aquarium substrate, scavenging for leftover food and detritus. They will also accept a variety of sinking foods, including high-quality sinking pellets and granules, as well as live or frozen foods like bloodworms and brine shrimp.

Habitat Preference: Corydoras catfish are commonly found in slow-moving, shallow waters, including rivers and streams in South America. They are known for their preference for sandy or fine-gravel substrates where they can sift through the substrate in search of food.

Water pH Level: Corydoras catfish generally prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions, with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Corydoras catfish are peaceful, social, and active bottom-dwelling fish. They are known for their playful and curious behavior. They are typically seen foraging on the substrate or swimming in the lower levels of the aquarium.

Schooling: Corydoras are shoaling fish and prefer to be kept in groups of at least 6 individuals. They feel more secure and display more natural behaviors when in the company of their own kind.

Bottom Dweller: Corydoras are typically active during the day, but they may also be active during the night when searching for food. They are primarily bottom-dwelling fish.

Color and Other Details: Information about the specific coloration and other details of Corydoras sp. CW106 (Mitu) may vary, as corydoras species can have diverse appearances. For accurate details on this particular species, it's advisable to consult with experienced aquarists or refer to specialized sources.

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
    Driftwood, Rocky Tanks, Hiding Spots, Planted Tanks, Sandy Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Community Fish, Bottom-Dwelling, Shoaling

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Corydoras sp. CW106 (Mitu)

$3499 CAD

Corydoras sp. CW106, also known as "Corydoras Mitu," is a type of freshwater catfish in the family Callichthyidae. It is part of the Corydoras genus, which includes various species commonly known as corydoras catfish or cory catfish. 

1. Temperature: Corydoras catfish, in general, prefer temperatures in the range of 72-78°F (22-26°C).

2. Minimum Tank Size: A 20-gallon (75 liters) tank is usually recommended for a small group of corydoras catfish to provide them with ample swimming space and to accommodate their social behavior.

Feeding Habits: Corydoras are omnivorous and primarily feed on the aquarium substrate, scavenging for leftover food and detritus. They will also accept a variety of sinking foods, including high-quality sinking pellets and granules, as well as live or frozen foods like bloodworms and brine shrimp.

Habitat Preference: Corydoras catfish are commonly found in slow-moving, shallow waters, including rivers and streams in South America. They are known for their preference for sandy or fine-gravel substrates where they can sift through the substrate in search of food.

Water pH Level: Corydoras catfish generally prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions, with a pH range of 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Corydoras catfish are peaceful, social, and active bottom-dwelling fish. They are known for their playful and curious behavior. They are typically seen foraging on the substrate or swimming in the lower levels of the aquarium.

Schooling: Corydoras are shoaling fish and prefer to be kept in groups of at least 6 individuals. They feel more secure and display more natural behaviors when in the company of their own kind.

Bottom Dweller: Corydoras are typically active during the day, but they may also be active during the night when searching for food. They are primarily bottom-dwelling fish.

Color and Other Details: Information about the specific coloration and other details of Corydoras sp. CW106 (Mitu) may vary, as corydoras species can have diverse appearances. For accurate details on this particular species, it's advisable to consult with experienced aquarists or refer to specialized sources.

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