Corydoras Concolor (Slate Cory) is a peaceful shoaling fish found in a tributary of the Rio Parguaza in Venezuela. These are beautiful corydoras that have a slate colored body with orange fins. Very active and should be kept in groups of 6 or more. Peaceful and hardy, these are home bred juveniles from wild caught adults. Like all corydoras, should be kept on sand substrate to allow for “sifting” behavior.
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Corydoras concolor (lineage 9)
Max size: approximately 3”
purchase size: .75-1”
Minimum tank size: 20 gallons
Diet: Blackworm Buckshot, Black & Tan Sticks, Worm Sundae Flakes, Repashy Bottom Scratcher, Frozen Brine Shrimp and Bloodworms, Live Blackworms, Whiteworms and Brine Shrimp among others.