Bronze Corydoras are a very peaceful bottom dweller that just swims around looking for food. They are best kept in a community setup with peaceful tanks mates. They are also great for cleaning up the bottom of the aquarium with the food searching habits.
|Bronze Corydoras, Bronze Catfish, Wavy Catfish
|Corydoras Aeneus Spp.
|South America, trinidad, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia pretty much in all the South America Streams and rivers.
|22 – 27 degrees
|Omnivore, they can thrive on granules, pellets, wafers and any other sinking foods.
|The females tend to be bigger and are wider when looked from above compare to the males.
The Bronze Corydoras (also known as the Bronze Catfish) is a species of freshwater fish that is native to South America. It is a member of the Callichthyidae family, which includes a wide variety of small, bottom-dwelling catfish.
The Bronze Corydoras is a small fish, typically reaching a maximum size of around 2.5 inches in length. It has a streamlined, elongated body with a distinctive bronze-colored coloration. The fish’s head and fins may also have shades of bronze, as well as hints of green and yellow.
In the wild, the Bronze Corydoras is found in a variety of freshwater habitats, including rivers, streams, and swamps. It feeds on a variety of small invertebrates, such as worms, insects, and crustaceans. In the aquarium, it will accept a variety of foods, including flakes, pellets, and live or frozen foods.
The Bronze Corydoras is a popular choice for aquarists because of its peaceful temperament and hardy nature. It is generally a good community fish and can be kept with a variety of other small fish species, as long as the water conditions are appropriate. It is important to provide plenty of hiding places in the aquarium and to keep the water quality high to promote the health and well-being of the fish.