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Corydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's CoryMagyarul / Hungarian
Corydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's CoryCorydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's CoryCorydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's CoryCorydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's CoryCorydoras schwartzi - Schwartz's Cory
  • Scientific name: Corydoras schwartzi
  • Common name: Schwartz's Cory
  • Group: Catfishes
  • Habitat: South America; Brazil in the Rio Purus drainage
  • Size: 5-6 cm
  • Biotope: Inhabits in small tributaries, creeks, areas of flooded forest and sand banks.
  • Social behavior: Peaceful, schooling fish, an ideal community catfish.
  • Diet: Omnivorous, live foods of all kinds. Frozen and dry food are accepted as well.
  • Breeding: Hard
  • Tank: Minimum 60 litres
  • Population: 4-6 fish for 75 litres
  • Decoration: Requires a sand or small gravel substrate and prefers a planted tank. Add a few driftwood branches or twisted roots. They need a good amount of open swimming room on the bottom.
  • Temperature: 22-26°C
  • pH: 6-7,5.
  • Hardness: 4-19 NK°
  • Lifespan: 5-15 years

Description: Schwartz's Cory is a pale tan/gray fish with several narrow black, horizontal broken lines across the body, broken vertical bands on the tail and a thick black vertical band that passes through the eye.

Females have a larger underbelly, when viewed from above, and males are also smaller. Has occasionally been bred in the aquarium; breeding follows the usual Cory formula. Spawns in pairs or groups, having more than one male (2 males and one female) increases chances of spawning. Condition the group on a varied diet of live and frozen foods. When the females are visibly full of eggs perform a large (50-70%) water change with cooler water, and increase oxygenation and flow in the tank. Eggs deposited around the tank, on glass and plants. The eggs hatch in 3-5 days. Once the fry have used up their yolk sacs they should be fed on microworm or Artemia nauplii.

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