Corydoras duplicareus, , 19
Origin: Colombia, Rio Inirida system and Rio Orinoco system.
Synonyms:None, often mislabeled as Corydoras adolfoi.
First European import: Unk
Description: See picture, the black bar is much broader in Corydoras duplicareus.
Care: See Corydoras adolfoi.
Temperature: 22-26 degrees.
Feeding: Omnivorous, will eat all foods. Not very shy fish, easy to feed.
Size: Up to 5.5 cm
Breeding: Not too difficult, similar to other Corydoras.
Sexual dimorphism: Males thinner than females.
Prices: Around 7€
Additional: See also Corydoras adolfoi, usually these fish are sold as adolfoi in shops. It's really hard to get real adolfoi, but Corydoras duplicareus is a prettier fish than adolfoi, and the orange spot stays orange when the fish get older. In C. adolfoi the spot fades to brown in older fish.
Picture references: Picture 1: E. Naus
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