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Bluebirdnanny 07-11-2011 11:53 AM

Emergency Inheritance: Cory looks like these???
 
3 look like this photo
http://www.aboutfishonline.com/image...chromisfry.jpg

1 looks like this photo:
http://www.aboutfishonline.com/image...chromisfry.jpg

I don't know if the tags on the pictures are owners names or the proper ID for the photos. Can anyone help?

I will post my own pictures when I can get them done. They are in quarantee with the guppies they came with. Also Posted in Cichlid forum the other group of fish I got.

Byron 07-11-2011 12:10 PM

I think the photos got mixed up, these fish here are cihclids, it is the same fish in both photos (same photo actually).

Bluebirdnanny 07-11-2011 12:58 PM

Yep, they did. I will try again.

Bluebirdnanny 07-11-2011 02:06 PM

Cory photos ID wanted
 
Ok here are MY photos. Sorry not good and before doing a bottom cleaning.

Bluebirdnanny 07-11-2011 02:17 PM

Cory photos ID wanted
 
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Ok here are MY photos. Sorry not good and before doing a bottom cleaning.
I think the one is a Swartz??? And the other 3 I don't know. Still trying to research them.
BTW anyone know the possible fancy guppy variety? Is there more than one in there or all related interbred hybrids?

Bluebirdnanny 07-11-2011 02:50 PM

Ok have I ID correctly the cory (corydoradinae, Callichthyidae)?????
Single one as Schwartzi
The group of three as: corydoras leopardus

Byron 07-11-2011 04:29 PM

I think the one is Corydoras schwartzi, though it might be the very similar C. surinamensis. The other three I believe are Corydoras trilineatus. I can't quite see the head clearly in the photos, but the pattern seems to be more reticulated rather than spots. C. leopardus is a larger fish and pointed snout rather than rounded.


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