• Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!
  • Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!

Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis), TANK-BRED!!!

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This Corydoras species has only recently been bred on a major level and is distinguishable by its extra long snout!

 

The Northern Longnose Cory Catfish (Corydoras septentrionalis) is a rather rare species that is native to Venezuela and possibly other areas of the Rio Orinico. It has dustings of iridescent blue green across its body as well as a very distinctive, longer snout than most other Corydoras species. This species has only recently bred on a commercial level and we are excited to offer it!

 

The Northern Longnose Catfish is a very peaceful schooling fish that is compatible with most nano aquarium animals, including dwarf cichlids and angelfish. It might prey on some smaller dwarf shrimp, but is safe with larger shrimp and most other peaceful ornamental invertebrates. It is a classic scavenger and will inhabit and feed at the aquarium floor, which should be comprised of sand or smooth gravel. Very coarse substrate can damage its delicate barbels and underbelly, so it should be kept in an aquarium with sand or very smooth gravel substrate. This fish is otherwise undemanding as it will accept most dry,frozen, and live foods. It is adaptable to most tropical freshwater conditions as long as standard regular maintenance is performed and sudden changes are avoided. While it is a scavenger, care must be taken to ensure that it receives a good variety of high quality foods and is not simply expected to eat leftover food that other fish do not eat.

 

What We Like About This Fish:
  • Very peaceful and hardy addition to almost any aquarium  
  • Compatible with most adult dwarf shrimp and other invertebrates
  • Thrives in schools in well-planted aquaria
  • Distinctive coloration and group schooling behavior.
  • Uncommon tank-bred fish
 
RECOMMENDED TANK PARAMETERS:
  • Temperature:  72° - 82° F (22° - 28° C)
  • pH:  6.0 - 7.5.  Softer water is preferred, but this fish is somewhat flexible as long as sudden changes are avoided.
  • KH:  2 - 15 dKH
  • Minimum tank size:  15 gallons for a school of 6
 
CARE GUIDELINES: 
  • Diet:  High-quality dry foods as well as live and frozen meaty foods. Variety is essential.
  • Social behavior:  Peaceful; requires a school of 6 or more to thrive. 
  • Origin:  Tank-Bred, but indigenous to Venezuela
  • Average adult size:  2.4 inches (6.1 cm)
  • Average purchase size:  1+ inch (2.5+ cm)
 
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