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Habrosus Corydoras

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The habrosus corydoras (Salt and Pepper Pygmy Cory) is a extremely small schooling species of catfish that should be kept in groups of at least 5. Species of this corydoras are often very active swimmers, the entire group can be found schooling but will use driftwood and plants for cover if feeling threatened. The habrosus cory can be housed with a large variety of fish, especially nano species including dwarf shrimp. On occasion they can be seen eating dwarf shrimp fry, but the adults are usually safe.

These corydoras will display a light grey/tan body with blotches of silver and black broken striping. This broken stripe helps distinguish this species from the very similar species corydoras pygmaeus which has a solid stripe. 

These corydoras are a very comparable to larger species in that they scavenge the bottom of the aquarium for prepared food and microorganisms. These fish will readily accept dry and frozen foods.

We feed our corydoras Northfin foods 0.5 mm, Fluval Bug Bites for small fish, and frozen brine shrimp.

Our Tank Parameters

  • Ph: 7.2 to 7.5
  • Gh: 8 to 16
  • Kh: 4 to 7
  • TDS: 180 to 250
  • Temp: 70 to 74

Tank Recommendations

  • Leaves: Indian Almond or Guava
  • Wood: Mopani or Malaysian
  • Cones: Alder Cones
  • Substrate: Sand or soft soil, rough substrate can wear down barbels
  • Plants: Mosses, java ferns, Anubias, crypts, etc.

 

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Adorable little guys!

The corys arrived a day late, through no fault of Flip Aquatics. We had a storm, there was an accident, and my road was closed due to it. I was very worried about the corys because it was quite cold. When they arrived the next day I was thrilled they were all alive. The bag was cool, though the heat pack was still warm. All the corys are still alive and well. They are very small, but healthy and wiggly. Thanks Flip Aquatics!

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