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Sterbai Cory Cat - Corydoras Sterbai

Species name: Corydoras Sterbai

Synonym: Corydoras Sterbai

Common name: Sterba, Sterbai Cory, Sterba's Cory

Family: Callichthyidae

Order: Cypriniformes

Class: Actinopterygii

Maximum size: 7cm / 3 inches

Environment: freshwater

Origin: Brazil, South America

Temperament: Peaceful

Company: Corydoras Sterbai (Sterba) can be kept in most community aquariums.

Water parameters: Temperature 22-26°C / 71-79°F pH 6.8

Aquarium setup: Corydoras Sterbai (Sterba) should be kept in a heavily planted aquarium with a fine, smooth bottom substrate. These fishes are very active if they feel secure. Use stones and rocks in your aquarium decoration to create hiding places.

Feeding: Corydoras Sterbai (Sterba)accepts most food sources as long as they sink.

Breeding: Corydoras Sterbai (Sterba) can be breed in aquariums. The male will clamp the barbells of the female during the fertilization of eggs. The female attaches the eggs to a leaf or another smooth surface.

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