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    • Corydoras Habrosus


      This species happens in the Llanos Orientales district, a huge tropical prairie plain crossed by the Orinoco and a portion of its significant left bank feeders. Huge wraps of these fields become overwhelmed during the yearly wet season, framing a huge wetland which is a heaven for untamed life.

    • Corydoras Leucomelas


      Corydoras are identified by their twin rows of armour plates along the flanks and by having fewer than 10 dorsal fin rays. They are most commonly confused with the other genera in the sub-family, namely Brochis, Scleromystax and Aspidoras. One of, if not the, most common of the upper Amazonian Corydoras sp. This species is common throughout the main river…

    • Corydoras schwartzi – Schwartz’s Cory


      Cory Schwartzie will flourish in a tank set up to imitate an Amazon biotope. This would be exceptionally easy to orchestrate. Utilize a substrate of waterway sand and add a couple of driftwood branches (if you can’t track down driftwood of the ideal shape, normal beech is protected to utilize if completely dried and deprived of bark) and wound roots.…

    • Harlequin Lancer 5 inch


      A particularly designed catfish animal categories starting in freshwater streams and waterways of Indonesia, the Harlequin Lancer is a functioning, forceful fish which will do best in a huge tank with abundant concealing spots. Tankmates ought to be picked cautiously as theymayl assaultĀ  slow or progressively meek fish, particularly around evening time.they seem to do well with most fish as…

    • Lima Shovelnose 6 inch


      The Lima Shovelnose is from South American catfish with a pleasant body shape that takes after a hockey stick and they can grow reasonable size. These can live in big aquariums. We definitely recommend the Lima Shovelnose catfish! Our Lima Shovelnose 4 to 5-inch size.

    • Orange Venezuelan Cory


      Orange Venezuelan Cory is a characteristic geographic shading variation of the always well-known Bronze Cory Catfish. It grows progressively dazzling orange tinge along its back as it develops. This orange makes an extremely hitting appear differently in relation to the metallic blue-green shading at the edges of the body of the fish. This variation isn’t regularly accessible and can at…

    • Pictus Cats 2.5 to 3 inch

      [caption id="attachment_2731" align="alignnone" width="600"] Pictus Catfish[/caption]

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