Species Of Cory?

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MissNoodle

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Sold as a "julii" but we know how that really works lol assumed false julii, but this one has a longer nose and finer spots on the body than my other false juliis.

The individual in question is the one on the left in all but the last photo. Last photo is a group of them, in the last one hes on the right

Just a variation of markings or did i end up with one of the many other similar species?

Corydoras(ln8sc4) leopardus?
Corydoras(ln9) julii?
Corydoras(ln9) trilineatus?

 

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C. trilineatus.
 

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Coptapia said:
C. trilineatus.
I tend to agree it is a C.trilineatus (like the other one). There are regional differences.
The headshape excludes C.leopardus, C102, C.gomezi and others for me.
 

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Looks a bit like CW062, but the blotch in the dorsal is different than in those.
 
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DoubleDutch said:
I tend to agree it is a C.trilineatus (like the other one). There are regional differences.
The headshape excludes C.leopardus, C102, C.gomezi and others for me.
Sounds good then, another three stripe. He schools well with my other two, so thats what matters in the end. Theres so many similarities, im glad im not someone who has to catalog all these guys lol

DoubleDutch said:
Looks a bit like CW062, but the blotch in the dorsal is different than in those.
and the stripes in the tail are different, but body pattern is almost spot on.
 
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