If you are about to set up a peaceful community aquarium, the Pygmy Cory may be the fish for you. This friendly little Catfish is perfect for a beginner who may find aggressive species a bit daunting.
They are ideal for small aquariums and are one of the smallest fish out there. Many people find this species adorable and it has made them very sought-after.
Corydoras is a very familiar group to most aquarists, but the Pygmy Cory Catfish is a unique species with some rare behaviors to keep you staring at your tank.
Pygmy cory are cute tiny algae eaters that are friendly to everyone. These fish are very small and should be kept in small schools. These fish are a must for any nano tank and planted aquarium and a great addition to a peaceful community fish tank. These fish are large enough to keep with bettas too.
- Species – Corydoras Pygmaeus
- Common Name – Pygmy Cory
- Origin – South America
- Diet – omnivore
- PH Range – 6 – 7.8
- Temperature – Tropical 23°c – 26°c
- Breed Type – Egg Layer
- Current Size – approximately 2cm (Grows to approximately 4cm)
- Sex – Un-sexed