I keep/kept aspidoras too spilotus &C118, currently I have the goldZach72202 said:Well my favorite 'Corydoras ' that I have owned isn't really a corydoras at all, but very similar.
I have Aspidoras spilotus, which is in the callichthyidae family, like a cousin to the cory's. I love them because they are extremely active at all times, very outgoing, and love to bury thier heads up to their eyes in the sand all. day. long. Fantastic personality, but rather lacking in looks. Also, really easy to breed too. I own probably 30-40 of them or so, most of which I raised on my own.
i love pygmy corys toooo they're so cuteeJojo205 said:I’ve never had cories (or corys?) but in the future I’d love to have pygmy corydoras, they’re so stinking cute! I don’t love the look of cories but the pygmy ones are too cute.
Is that a face sticking out of the sand? LolCoradee said:This is such a simple answer........all of them!
I keep/kept aspidoras too spilotus &C118, currently I have the gold
I just saw that recently as well, I think it was very appropriate that he got one named for him.Coradee said:Not a beauty (in my eyes anyway) but I have to give a special mention for C.fulleri formerly known as C115/6.
Ian Fuller as some of you may know is one of the leading cory experts & has recently been honoured to have a species named after him.
Corydoras(ln1) fulleri • Callichthyidae • Cat-eLog