Corydoras Peppered Albino
The Albino Longfin Peppered Catfish is a man made version of the Peppered Catfish which is a small tropical freshwater fish in the “armored catfish” family that ranks among the most popular cory catfish kept in home freshwater aquarium
Corydoras Peppered Albino
The Albino Longfin Peppered Catfish is a man made version of the Peppered Catfish which is a small tropical freshwater fish in the “armored catfish” family that ranks among the most popular cory catfish kept in home freshwater aquariums. These fish are easy to care for, hardy, and are a little on the shy side. This species is known to live to up to 10 years in captivity. It is widely distributed in South America on the eastern side of the Andes, from Colombia and Trinidadto the Rio de la Plata basin. Peppered catfish mostly inhabit slow-moving rivers and streams and prefer areas with shallow, muddy water. They have been found in fast flowing rivers to nearly stagnant pond and marshes. They are one of the few fish that can thrive in stagnant water. They have a special ability to breath air from the surface of the water. In the home aquarium, you will often see them darting to the surface to take a quick gulp of air and then dive back down to the bottom.
Small, active, and peaceful, the Peppered catfish is just one color variation of the same species known as the green cory. In addition to color variations of green, bronze, albino, peppered and even black.
Like all corydoras, this species is armored with overlapping scales known as plates or scutes. Their fins possess a leading spine, which can be locked in place to make it difficult for larger fish to swallow them. This spine can make netting them difficult, and care should be taken when doing so. In the home aquarium, these corys are prized for being charmingly expressive.
Peppered catfish are a schooling fish. Keep them in groups of at least five. Cory catfish tankmates can include most community tank fish as long as they are non-aggressive and friendly in nature. Otocinclus catfish, tetras, swordtails, and other corys can be a good fit. You will not want to put corys in the same tank with Oscars, Texas cichlids, Jack Dempseys or any large mouthed fish. They can injure corys or may eat them.
Peppered catfish tolerate a wide variety of water conditions. However, they prefer an acid to neutral pH, soft to slightly hard water. They are not tolerant of salt and should be moved if the tank is going to be salted.
Cories like to dig in the substrate for food. To avoid irritation to their barbels, use small smooth-edged gravel or sand for substrate. They tend to be shy and should be provided with hiding places (preferably of wood or stone), as well as floating plants to subdue the lighting. They prefer low water levels similar to the shallow waters near the banks of the Amazon tributaries that are their native habitat.
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