Corydoras species? Black spots and mask

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MissNoodle
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Corydoras species? Black spots and mask

Post by MissNoodle »

Got a tricky one hiding in the trilineatus ... will get more photos shortly
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Thoughts?
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Best photo:
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Updated photos:
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So far top suggestion is ambiacus but could also be agassizi?

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Re: Corydoras species? Black spots and mask

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Agassizii. Too much black going too high up the dorsal fin to be ambiacus.

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MissNoodle
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My cats species list: 8 (i:5, k:8)
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Re: Corydoras species? Black spots and mask

Post by MissNoodle »

bekateen wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 6:43 am
Agassizii. Too much black going too high up the dorsal fin to be ambiacus.

Cheers, Eric
Awesome! Thank you! All these spotted guys look the same or close to it lol

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