C. Longipinnis? Or something else? (But SO ADORABLE)

alialidandi

Hello!

I was told these cuties were Longipinnis but they are SO. SMALL. They are full grown adults but the size of smallish panda corys. Any thoughts/insight? Thanks!!
 

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Gennasharples

I would guess that they are just still young
 

alialidandi

I would guess that they are just still young
I bought them in Jan 2021... lol! But maybe they are still "juvenilles?" I will research more-stay tuned! (And ty!)
 

Gennasharples

I bought them in Jan 2021... lol! But maybe they are still "juvenilles?" I will research more-stay tuned! (And ty!)
stunted growth maybe? by now they should definitely be mature adults. only similar looking species I can think of is paleatus and those are really big. so only things I can think of are a genetic (unlikely) or stunted growth (possibly from being in too small of a grow out space before you got them)
 

DoubleDutch

Think they're young males. Those grow quite slowely en stay smaller than females.

Corydoras longipinnis
 

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