A top down pic would help sex them easier. Females will be wider bodied than the males.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.
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.
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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.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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Trust me, I wish I didn't have to. But with my limited space and time I'd rather have something I enjoy more.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.