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 Corydoras Jullii
Picture: Click to enlarge
Qty: 3
Sex(s): Unknown
Date of purchase: 25.02.2002
Size: 4cm (all three of them)
 Fish Information
Origin: South America
Temperament: Peaceful
Temperature range: 25-28ºC
Potential Size: 4cm

6.5 - 7.8

Females are more heavily built.
Care: Feed sinking pellets, flakes and freeze dried foods. Corydoras species are generally not hard to keep. It is essential though, that the substrate should be of fine sand or small stones so the catfish's barbs are not injured. Hiding places are recommended.
 My Information

This is one of the best and funniest fish I have seen. They are forever scurrying around looking for food. They wag their tails constantly when swimming which reminds you of a dog.

They are timid fish and they will play dead if they hear any noise or you approach them too quick. This is really apparent when the water hasn't been changed for a week. Although saying that all shyness goes away when its feeding time.

They like swimming on the back of my tank where the filter is on fast. I have been in stitches with laughter watching the three of them swim against the current in a line and then get pushed back.

Other pictures:

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Here's my best side.
Group Photo #1
Group Photo #2