Fish - Corydoras aeneus sp.black venezuela
Easy to keep this peaceful corydoras. This color variation is not found in nature, although there are plenty of variants to be found. Black is a color variant artificially cultivated in Germany in the 1990s. Their bodies are completely black and their floats are brownish in color. The abdomen is whitish. You feel best in a team. 5-6 individuals can now be successfully kept together. It even shakes in a social aquarium, but with a few larger water changes and a 5-6 degree reduction in temperature at the same time, it is easier to stimulate the males to breed.
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Scientific name: Corydoras aeneus sp. black venezuela (Gill; 1858)
Origin: South America; Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Trinidad and Tobago, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
Body length: 6.5-7.5 cm
Natural habitat: Shallow, low-flowing, sandy-bottomed waters, but can also be found in faster-flowing waters.
Behavior: Peaceful catfish, live in swarms, excellent social aquarium fish. It floats near the bottom of the water. Do not keep with large, aggressive fish.
Nutrition: Omnivorous, likes live and frozen foods such as. grindal worm, tubifex, but also eat dry foods.
Aquarium Size: Minimum 50 liters
Fish population: 6-7 fish per 100 liters
Decoration: They like to rummage, so use a fine sand substrate free of sharp grains in the pool. plants, roots under which you can hide.
Temperature: 20-27 ° C
Hardness: 1-20 NK °
Life expectancy: 10-20 years
Fish can only be ordered for in-store pick-up!
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