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  • What specie is your favorite Corydoras?

    I would say, mine would have to be the dwarf varieties. I love seeing a school of 10+ in tank hovering mid column and then watching the swim to my plants and rest on the leaves. I will try to get a picture next time.

    The only dwarf variety I have are- Corydoras pygmaeus (Pygmy Cory). Wish I can find Habrosus Corydoras but I am not willing to pay for shipping.
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    I love cories period. I don't know the latin names but right now I have 6 albino and 6 panda cories in my 75G, 6 albino, 6 peppered and 1 lonely skunk (I can't find any more ) in my 150 and I just got 6 pygmy cories that I divided between 2 10G betta tanks. I could watch them all day - such antics.
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    • #3
      STERBAI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love them Though they're just as quirky as the others I think once mature they are one of the most beautiful of the Corydoras. Orange fins and my older ones have kinda emerald sheen on their flanks.
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      • #4
        I am biased but mine of course are Eques I love my chunky monkeys

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        This is an old picture I need to update their purply blue is really starting to come out and there orange tops

        When the snuffle army approaches its a sight to behold and they are getting less shy day by day
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        • #5
          I love my albinos they are a hoot!
          2.5g Betta tank (Rayne)
          2.5g Apple Snail tank (Silver)
          1.5g Saltwater MTS vase (tough little dudes)
          40g red ear slider tank (Kappa)
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          • #6
            Originally posted by oscarsbud View Post
            I love cories period. I don't know the latin names but right now I have 6 albino and 6 panda cories in my 75G, 6 albino, 6 peppered and 1 lonely skunk (I can't find any more ) in my 150 and I just got 6 pygmy cories that I divided between 2 10G betta tanks. I could watch them all day - such antics.
            I would love to have a 150g and have tons of Cories and watch them breed. I agree, I love all Cories thankfully the Emerald Cory isn't really a cory because I'm not a fan of those.

            Originally posted by Matt B View Post
            STERBAI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love them Though they're just as quirky as the others I think once mature they are one of the most beautiful of the Corydoras. Orange fins and my older ones have kinda emerald sheen on their flanks.
            I love the Orange on the fins...unfortunately Sterbai are really expensive. I am kicking myself because I saw an add on CL for a breeding colony of Sterbai that I didn't get.

            Originally posted by Magoo View Post
            I am biased but mine of course are Eques I love my chunky monkeys

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            This is an old picture I need to update their purply blue is really starting to come out and there orange tops

            When the snuffle army approaches its a sight to behold and they are getting less shy day by day
            That is a stunning Corydoras. We don't really have rare types near me. Everything has to be done via net which I'm not a fan of.
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            • #7
              I love my corydoras habrosus and also my "false" julii (trilineatus). They're so playful!

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              • #8
                I love panda cories Someone posted a picture of a pretty variety, pale background with tiny dark speckles, but I don't remember who it was or what kind they were

                Matt, I figured you would drop by this thread

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                • #9
                  I have an excellent LFS that has pretty much any type of cory going I was so spoilt for choice but couldn't resist the eques I may even add a couple more to their army but that's for another thread
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                  • #10
                    Hmmmm, tough one. i guess it would be Discus. African Mbunas are a close second.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by kinezumi89 View Post
                      Matt, I figured you would drop by this thread
                      It had to be either me or Al, we are both unreasonably in love with Sterbai's
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                      • #12
                        I guess my favorite would have to be corydoras hasbrosus.

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                        • #13
                          Sterbai!!!!
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Disc61 View Post
                            Hmmmm, tough one. i guess it would be Discus. African Mbunas are a close second.
                            I don't think discus and African mbunas are a type of corydoras lol

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                            • #15
                              I love my peppers, they're so fat and happy. And the salt and pepper (can't spell the latin, but they're dwarf) are just adorable.
                              ~Erin
                              10g, 20g, 29g, 55g

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