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    Default Corydoras Duplicarus


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    This is one of my favorite catfish. I don't know why so many people consider the Adolfoi as so much more attractive, that might be because it's rarer, but this little cory had been a living gem in my aquarium. Less expensive, easy to maintain, you can't go wrong. The only difference in these and the Adolfoi, IMO seems to be the Duplicarus's longer nose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steeler1
    This is one of my favorite catfish. I don't know why so many people consider the Adolfoi as so much more attractive, that might be because it's rarer, but this little cory had been a living gem in my aquarium. Less expensive, easy to maintain, you can't go wrong. The only difference in these and the Adolfoi, IMO seems to be the Duplicarus's longer nose.
    I'm going to keep an eye out for these. They look really good. They have Julii, leucomelas, and hasborus at my LFS right now.

    Are they active or are they more sedentary cories?

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    They are pretty active especialy in the evening.

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    I like corydoras of all types excluding the bronze.

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