Confirming Corydoras species

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Coreador
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Confirming Corydoras species

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Hello~ I’d like to confirm the 3 Corys in the pics. 2 of them were sold as Corydoras Jullii (but i wonder if they are Trilineatus [false Jullii]).
There is a 3rd pic that includes a fish sold to me as Corydoras Adolfoi. Sorry that resolution isn’t great. Just want to confirm that is what they are. Thanks.

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Re: Confirming Corydoras species

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These are Corydoras trilineatus and Corydoras adolfoi, I hope you don't mind me pointing out that they are poorly suited to a gravel bottomed tank.

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Re: Confirming Corydoras species

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Thanks! No don’t mind, I’m about to post a question on sand substrates for them. About to change out some of the gravel for sand.

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