I have two corydoras of the same species, who seem pretty happy. I can hardly find any pictures of their types online (in my fish book it identifies them as bluespotted corydoras). The pet store I got my 6 year old cory sold them under Schwarzii, not bluespotted. This confused me. Here is what they look like:They have tan heads and bodies, they're about three inches long, they're definitely cories, they have a large black stripe going down from their dorsal, and also one across their eye. They also have a peach colored stripe near the top of their heads, but it's short. They also have spots on them and decent sized whiskers for a corydoras. I'm trying to find these cories but the pet store we got them from told us they never sold them. They must be rare, or a mistake purchase. I only have two and I would like to get another one in case something happens. I know they're very lonely by themselves because when I was a new fish-carer I bought only one of this type of cory and it seemed lonely and acted strange. Right now they are both very healthy. Can someone help identify?