South American – Corydoras adolfoi

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Name: Corydoras adolfoi
Families: Callichthyidae
Origin: South America, Brazil, Rio Negro
Size: ~6 cm
Temp: 22 – 28 Celsius
PH: 5.5 – 6.5
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One Response to South American – Corydoras adolfoi

  1. Ladoja says:

    a community tank is great, i have one myeslf, but remember the common rule of 1 inch of fish per gallon. you have a 10 gallon tank. usually fish are about an inch, but even so, when you factor in the water displacement from the items in the tank it’s about 8 gallons, 6-8 fish is what i would recommend. i started with a 10 gallon and my population varied from 5-7. the tank will get too polluted if you have too many or the fish will be stressed and can get diseased easily. but those fish you’re talking about all go good together, i’ve had them all and currently have most, but in a larger tank. if you get both cherry barbs and guppies (if the guppies are fancy) then get at least 3 barbs so they mess with each other and not the guppies, because they will nip at their fins. gouramis are good too, but if you get one just stick to barbs, tetras, and guppies and not cichlids and such because they may fight. good luck!experience; i’ve had an aquarium since i was about 10.

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