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An attractively marked and larger-growing Corydoras from the middle Amazon in Colombia, Peru, and Brazil, the Agassizii or Spotted Cory is a peaceful shoaling fish often found in large groups in the wild. In the aquarium they are hardy and undemanding, an excellent and active bottom-dweller for most community tanks.
Like all species of catfish, the Corydoras has a pair of barbels on the snout, which it uses for rooting through the substrate while searching for things to eat. When mature, Corydoras can grow to between two and four inches in length.
We highly recommend using either sand substrate, or small-non sharp gravel due to the fact that they are usually sifting through the substrates.
Corydoras are omnivores and it is recommended that you feed them algae wafers and regular pellet/wafers as well.
Name: Agassizii’s Corydora, Spotted Coryodora
Science Name: Corydoras melanistius
Max Size: 2.5″
pH: 6.0 – 7.5
Temperature: 72-79F° (22-26°C)
Care Level: Easy
Life Expectancy: 3-4 Years
Minimum Tank Size Recommended: 20 Gallons
Groups: Recommended in groups 6+ / Thrives in groups 12+