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Corydoras incolicana, Black, 1987

Origin:South-America, Brazil, upper-course of Rio Negro by Sao Gabriel.

Etymology: incolicana:?

Synonyms: None, the fish have previously been described as C01.

First import: Unk

Description: See image

Care:A 80 cm tank with good filtration, although no strong current is neccessary for the animals well-being. Dark soil with little light is highly appreciated, as well as soft acidic water. Some floating plants and driftwood . Wildcaught specimens need lots of hideouts to reduce stress.

Temperature:24 degrees

Feeding:Will eat all general food.

Size: 7-8 cm

pH: 6.5-7.5 Hardness: 2-10

Breeding: No information available.

Sexual dimorphism:Males are shorter and smaller than the females.

Prices:unk

Additional:

Picture references: Picture 1: Jan Bukkems http://aquavisie.retry.org/Database/database.html

References:Aqualog- All corydoras, Glaser, Glaser& Schaefer.

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