This is how big emerald corys get

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Now you did it! BB wants some. lol

Jaysee, he's huge. For some reason, I thought they were a smaller species. Maybe I'm thinking about the panda.
 

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I would have assumed that fish wasn't a cory, but rather was something in the Brochis genus. Perhaps Brochis splendens, which are sometimes labeled as "emerald corydoras" by stores/distributors that don't know any better.

Can you count how many rays are in the dorsal fin?
 

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BB, the little one is a new emerald.
Aw, a little baby. I bet he's thinking that he'll eat all his veggies now!

Now you did it! BB wants some. lol

Jaysee, he's huge. For some reason, I thought they were a smaller species. Maybe I'm thinking about the panda.
And we know when I want something, I'll get it. That's only because I don't have to ask for permission, though;D
 
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