Corydoras Photos

Pdiddy

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It's hard to capture a photo of them clearly unless they are sitting on the bottom where the light doesn't hit them as much and their colors don't pop like they do when they swim up towards the top of the tank. But if you're just looking for color here it is.20191120_210156.jpg
 

BettasGalore

My smallest emerald hanging out in the shade. My tank gets about 2 hours of spotty sunlight in the late morning, and the cories looked beautiful in the sunlight. I couldn't get a good pic because they were so active.
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MissNoodle

My mixed assortment of cories in action.
Mix of trilineatus (3), paleatus (3), weitzmanI (3), and agassiziI (1)
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AcuarioAmazonico

I have seven leopard corys in my tank and you never see them together - it’s four foot long so they are spread out doing their thing happy as can be. I’ve bought a new brand of algae wafers and woah! I guess they like them because they’re all there eating away - along with Snail Boy! Family reunion in right corner

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CHJ

Ha ha! Victory is mine! I beat the other cory guy to the LFS for unknown cories coming out of quarantine. I now have all the C? that they had!
LFS guy asked his cory guy what they were and his cory guy had no idea. His cory guy's street cred is that he has several cories named after him.
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In the middle between long face and short face. High fin, mask, spots, orange saddle, this one is not the best colored of the group. Super aggressive jumpers (I have not seen a cory like this. the netting was hilarious due to the jumping nature.). Wife is off buying a canister in case they love flow.
So I have bought ~12 somethings! This means off to start a "name that cory" thread.
 
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Crispii

C121s

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kallililly1973

Cory cats for miles in my 20 long.. kinda bad pic but my two SAE were guarding them... one SAE stripe always fades back n forth from dark black to the very similar colors of my Cory’s
 

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DoubleDutch

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KribensisLover1

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Gouramiwhisperer

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Landos

So I was doing a water change on one of my Cory tanks I have in my basement when I noticed a baby!IMG_20200102_095946.jpg
 

NanaT

Some of my 18 day old cory fry!!
 

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ayeayeron

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Opal, my female who never stops having babies
 

Luxwing

Finally figured out where my Cory fry have been hiding (look to the right of the snails eye)
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CHJ

Six Ray/false cory fry.
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DarkOne

Since we're posting fry
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CHJ

My supers. Now happy in 55gal.
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The adult Duplicarious is for scale. They are not quite Brochis but they are beefy. I love me some big cories.
 

AquaticQueen

One of my peppered corys.
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Mcasella

Just got some adolfoi cories in, they are a little small just yet.

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Derek88242

Albino corydora,
 

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JLeeM

I traded in some fish today and got a nice amount of store credit. Then I used some of that credit and got a group of 6 orange lasers. Three are huge, and three are still young looking. Hoping for a nice breeding ratio.
 

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DarkOne

I traded in some fish today and got a nice amount of store credit. Then I used some of that credit and got a group of 6 orange lasers. Three are huge, and three are still young looking. Hoping for a nice breeding ratio.
A top down pic would help sex them easier. Females will be wider bodied than the males.
 

DoubleDutch

C.paleatus albino, C.Panda, C.napoensis, C.aeneus
 

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ayeayeron

I made this and I’m really proud of it. My mom and I call this “airplane mode” A9B4BFF5-9C26-49C2-B790-EB7477830E5D.jpeg
 

DoubleDutch

I made this and I’m really proud of it. My mom and I call this “airplane mode”
We've another approach
 

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CHJ

Take off and egg them from orbit.
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It is the only way to be sure.
 

Tots22

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CHJ

The bronze machine is back on line.
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DoubleDutch

Some of mine
 

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FunFish64

Please use this topic to post your Corydoras photos. I'll leave it stickied so it appears at the top of the posts. Let's see the various corydoras species everyone's keeping.

Thanks,
Mike

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Text-only posts: While your compliments on the photos are really appreciated, text-only posts will be removed after a while to keep the gallery pictures-only. If there is a discussion you do not want to loose, please start it again in a separate thread.

Other applicable species: You can also use this section to post pictures of your Brochis and Aspidoras.

Thanks,
Armadillo
 

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Mcasella

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DoubleDutch

C.sterbai albino (not the best pics)
 

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JLeeM

I've had some Cw010 corys for a while now and finally decided to replace them because they're reeeeeeally boring compared to my others. Well now I have to figure out how to get rid of them because I got 8 corydoras eques to replace them with! I got super lucky with these and it'll probably never happen again. The picture is from acclimation and the other half were in another container. They're all juvies, but surprisingly colored up great within a couple hours. They're already so much more interesting and entertaining than the cw010.

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DoubleDutch

I've had some Cw010 corys for a while now and finally decided to replace them because they're reeeeeeally boring compared to my others. Well now I have to figure out how to get rid of them because I got 8 corydoras eques to replace them with! I got super lucky with these and it'll probably never happen again. The picture is from acclimation and the other half were in another container. They're all juvies, but surprisingly colored up great within a couple hours. They're already so much more interesting and entertaining than the cw010.

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Getting rid of any corys isn't in my vocabulary. I love Eques but CW010 just as much. Pic taken at Pier Aquatics sone years back.
 

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JLeeM

Getting rid of any corys isn't in my vocabulary. I love Eques but CW010 just as much. Pic taken at Pier Aquatics sone years back.
Trust me, I wish I didn't have to. But with my limited space and time I'd rather have something I enjoy more.
 

LoneWanderer

Here’s three of my albino cories (one is currently hanging out in one of the caves.) After months of battling Columnaris and parasites and unfortunately losing some other cories along the way, these four are doing well and I love them to bits.
 

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kallililly1973

Here is our gang of 15 green corys that reside with 2 otto cats and a single SAE in our 20 long. The SAE sits right in the middle of em all sometimes to blend in.
 

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altermac

I'm breeding Corydoras paleatus:
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They are very productive: Every time I swap plants between tanks, new Cory fry pops up in the next tank.
 

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