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Post by jp11biod » Wed Jan 22, 2020 3:36 pm

Can someone point me to a document that explains, in not too technical a way, on the lineages now being used to differentiate between all the different species of Corydoras? Do we need to only worry about cross-breeding among fish within the same lineages?? Thanks

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Post by bekateen » Wed Jan 22, 2020 5:30 pm

jp11biod wrote:
Wed Jan 22, 2020 3:36 pm
Do we need to only worry about cross-breeding among fish within the same lineages?? Thanks
Although I wouldn't rule out the possibility of a hybridization event between two species of different lineages, the probability goes way down. I think most cory keepers who keep lots of cory species regard a mixture of any two lineage safe (e.g., 8 and 9, or 4 and 7, etc.).

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Post by Jools » Thu Jan 23, 2020 9:29 am

Hi All,

Just moved this topic into the Corys section as it seems to be a bit more about corys / hybridisation now than it is about taxonomy etc.

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Post by Jools » Sun Feb 09, 2020 3:55 pm

@Coryman sent me the following summary information which I am free to post here.

Corydoradinae lineages.
This is a complete breakdown of Corydoradinae lineages. After the lineage number I have added the appropriate genera i.e. Lineage1: Corydoras. Where the genus name is in brackets there are genera that
were previously published but were subsequently placed in synonymy with Corydoras. These may well be resurrected in the future.

Lineage 1: Corydoras
C. acutus C. amapaensis C. approuaguensis
C. areio C. aurofrenatus C. blochi
C. cervinus C. coriatae C. desana
C. fowleri C. geoffroy C. heteromorphus
C. maculifer C. narcissus C, negro
C. orcesi C. ourastigma C. oxyrhynchus
C. pastazensis C. saramaccensis C. sarareensis
C. semiaquilus C. septentrionalis C. serratus
C. simulatus C. solox C. spilurus
C. senocephalus C. treitlii C. vittatus
C. zawadzkii
C. sp C008 C. sp C016 C. sp C024
C. sp C028 C. sp C029 C. sp C038
C. sp C042 C. sp C047 C. sp C051
C. sp C053 C. sp C061 C. sp C063
C. sp C077 C. sp C078 C. sp C086
C. sp C092 C. sp C094 C. sp C095
C. sp C099 C. sp C109 C. sp C115
C. sp C116 C. sp C124 C. sp C127
C. sp C145 C. sp C149 C. sp C153
C. sp C155 C. sp CW012 C. sp CW017
C. sp CW053 C. sp CW055 C. sp CW059
C. sp CW066 C. sp CW073 C. sp CW075
C. sp CW080 C. sp CW083 C. sp CW116
C. sp CW118 C. sp CW120 C. sp CW121 (C. amapaensis)
C. sp CW124 C. sp CW128 C. sp CW149
C. sp CW156
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Lineage 2: Aspidoras
A. albater
(A. taurus, A. eurycephalus, C035) A. belenos A. brunneus
A. carvalhoi A. depinnai A. fuscoguttatus
(C036 - C118, C119)
A. gabrieli A. kiriri A. lakoi
A. maculosus A. memphisto A. poecilus
(A. marianae, A. microgalaeus, C037 - C158)
A. psammatides A. raimundi
(A. spilotus, A. menezesi, C125, CW119) A. rochai
A. velites
C. sp CW52 hybrid ? C. sp CW126 C. sp CW141
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Lineage 3 Scleromystax
S. barbatus S. kronei S. lacerdai
S. macropterus S. prionotos S. reisi
S. salmacis S. virgulatus
S. sp C112 S. sp C113 S. sp CW038
S. sp CW042 S. sp CW067 S. sp CW092
S. sp CW147 S. sp CW148
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Lineage 4: (Microcorydoras)
C. guapore C. hastatus C. mamore
C. paucerna C. pygmaeus 5
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Lineage5: (Gastrodermus)
C. bilineatus C. elegans C. gracilis
C. latus C. nanus C. napoensis
C. nijsseni C. pauciradiatus C. undulates
C. sp C041 C. sp C088 C. sp C089
C. sp C093 C. sp C123 C. sp C126
C. sp C132 C. sp CW008 C. sp CW018
C. sp CW019 C. sp CW022 C. sp CW029
C. sp CW033 C. sp CW044 C. sp CW048
C. sp CW056 C. sp CW064 C. sp CW085
C. sp CW087 C. sp CW095 C. sp CW096
C. sp CW100 C. sp CW105 C. sp CW110
C. sp CW123 C. sp CW131 C. sp CW144
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Lineage 6: (No previous genera).
C. albolineatus C. benattii C. carlae
C. cochui C. dyphyes C. ehrhardti
C. flaveolus C. froehlichi C. gryphus
C. longipinnis C. micracanthus C. nattereri
C. ortegai C. paleatus C. potaroensis
C. reynoldsi C. steindachneri C. tukano
C. sp C114
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Lineage 7: (Osteogaster).
C. aeneus C. eques C. macrosteus
C. melanotaenia C. rabauti C. schultzei
C. venezuelanus C. zygatus
C. sp CW007 C. sp CW009 C. sp CW010
C. sp CW014 C. sp CW016 C. sp CW023
C. sp CW026 C. sp CW041 C. sp CW068
C. sp CW078 C. sp CW084 C. sp CW093
C. sp CW097 C. sp CW139
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Lineage 8: Sub clade 1 (Brochis)
B. britskii B. multiradiatus B. splendens
B. *****
B. sp CW034 B. sp CW132 B. sp CW136
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Lineage 8: Sub clade 2 (No genus)
C. difluviatalis C. garbei C. Hephaestus
C. sp C057 C. sp C067
Lineage 8: Sub clade 3 (No genus)
C. geryi C. pantanalensis C. reticulatus
C. sodalis
C. sp C081 C. sp CW061
Lineage 8: Sub clade 4 (No genus)
C. agassizii C. amandajanea C. ambiacus
C. arcuatus C. bifaciatus C. brittoi
C. condisciplus C. crimmeni C. crypticus
C. delpfax C. ephippifer C. gomezi
C. haraldschultzi C. imitator C. incolicana
C. isbrueckeri C. lamberti C. leopardus
C. noelkempffi C. ornatus C. orphnopterus
C. pavanelliae C. pinheiroi C. pulcher
C. robineae C. robustus C. seussei
C. spectabilis C. sychri C.virginiae
C. sp C009 C. sp C010 C. sp C013
C. sp C018 C. sp C034 C. sp C039
C. sp C049 C. sp C052 C. sp C066
C. sp C068 C. sp C071 C. sp C074
C. sp C075 C. sp C080 C. sp C081
C. sp C087 C. sp C097 C. sp C098
C. sp C101 C. sp C102 C. sp C103
C. sp C110 C. sp C117 C. sp C122
C. sp C128 C. sp C130 C. sp C131
C. sp C135 C. sp C138 C. sp C140
C. sp C141 C. sp C143 C. sp C152
C. sp C156 C. sp C157 C. sp C159
C. sp CW002 C. sp CW006 C. sp CW013
C. sp CW020 C. sp CW040 C. sp CW054
C. sp CW057 C. sp CW058 C. sp CW065
C. sp CW070 C. sp CW072 C. sp CW074
C. sp CW082 C. sp CW089 C. sp CW090
C. sp CW099 C. sp CW101 C. sp CW106
C. sp CW113 C. sp CW117 C. sp CW130
C. sp CW134 C. sp CW135 C. sp CW138
C. sp CW143 C. sp CW150 C. sp CW151
C. sp CW155 C. sp CW157 C. sp CW160
C. sp CW161 97

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Lineage 9 (Hoplisoma)
C. acrensis C. adolfoi C. amphibelus
C. apiaka C. araguaiaensis C. armatus
C. atropersonatus C. axelrodi C. baderi
C. benattii C. bertoni C. bicolor
C. boehlkei C. boesemani C. bondi
C. breei C. brevirostris C. burgessi
C. caudimaculatus C. concolor C. copei
C. coppenamensis C. cruziensis C. davidsandsi
C. duplicareus C. evelynea C. eversi
C. gladysae C. gossei C. granti
C. griseus C. guianensis C. habrosus
C. julii C. kanei C. knaacki
C. lacrimostigmata C. leucomelas C. loretoensis
C. loxozonas C. lymnades C. melanistius
C. melini C. metae C. multimaculatus
C. oiapoquensis C. osteocarus C. panda
C. paragua C. parallelus C. petracinii
C. polystictus C. punctatus C. sanchesi
C. schwartzi C. similis C. sipaliwini
C. sterbai C. surinamensis C. trilineatus
C. urucu C. weitzmani C. xinguensis
C. sp C003 C. sp C006 C. sp C14
C. sp C019 C. sp C021 C. sp C026
C. sp C030 C. sp C033 C. sp C040
C. sp C043 C. sp C044 C. sp C045
C. sp C048 C. sp C054 C. sp C062
C. sp C072 C. sp C073 C. sp C076
C. sp C079 C. sp C081 C. sp C084
C. sp C085 C. sp C090 C. sp C091
C. sp C096 C. sp C100 C. sp C120
C. sp C121 C. sp C129 C. sp C133
C. sp C134 C. sp C136 C. sp C137
C. sp C139 C. sp C142 C. sp C144
C sp C147 C. sp C148 C. sp C150
C. sp C151 C. sp C152 C. sp C154
C. sp CW001 C. sp CW004 C. sp CW015
C. sp CW021 C. sp CW027 C. sp CW028
C. sp CW030 C. sp CW037 C. sp CW039
C. sp CW045 C. sp CW046 C. sp CW047
C. sp CW049 C. sp CW050 C. sp CW051
C. sp CW060 C. sp CW062 C. sp CW063
C. sp CW069 C. sp CW071 C. sp CW076
C. sp CW077 C. sp CW079 C. sp CW081
C. sp CW086 C. sp CW088 C. sp CW091
C. sp CW094 C. sp CW098 C. sp CW102
C. sp CW103 C. sp CW104 C. sp CW107
C. sp CW108 C. sp CW109 C. sp CW111
C. sp CW112 C. sp CW115 C. sp CW122
C. sp CW125 C. sp CW127 C. sp CW129
C. sp CW133 C. sp CW137 C. sp CW140
C. sp CW142 C. sp CW145 C. sp CW146
C. sp CW152 C. sp CW153 C. sp CW154
C. sp CW158 C. sp CW159 C. sp CW162
162 465 species

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Re: Lineages

Post by Jools » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:01 pm

Maybe also worth noting they are accessible in these groups via:

Lineage 1 Corydoras(ln1)
Lineage 2 Aspidoras
Lineage 3 Scleromystax
Lineage 4 Corydoras(ln4) (Microcorydoras)
Lineage 5 Corydoras(ln5) (Gastrodermus)
Lineage 6 Corydoras(ln6) (n. g.)
Lineage 7 Corydoras(ln7) (Osteogaster)
Lineage 8 Sub clade 1 Brochis
Lineage 8 Sub clade 2 Corydoras(ln8sc2)
Lineage 8 Sub clade 3 Corydoras(ln8sc3)
Lineage 8 Sub clade 4 Corydoras(ln8sc4)

I'll go through the species list and check if we've got anything out-of-kilter.

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Post by bekateen » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:04 pm

Thanks Jools.

FWIW, a similar and continuously updating version of this list (showing newly add CW numbers and newly described species) can be found on the Corydoradinae subfamily page, here.

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Post by Jools » Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:57 pm

Indeed, I think there are some changes to make for example, C121 is considered C. amapaensis - fixing that would be a matter of moving and keepers/breeders of C121 and the common name to C. amapaensis and then also renaming the C121 species entry to something else...

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Post by bekateen » Sun Feb 09, 2020 6:44 pm

Correction: CW121, not C121 is C. amapaensis.

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Post by Jools » Sun Feb 09, 2020 9:31 pm

Yes, sorry, didn’t take enough time to double check. Anyway, there is merit I think in just harmonising all the data (or not, if reason exists) but as I’ve just rather inadvertently demonstrated, it needs to be done careful, like.

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Post by Jools » Tue Feb 11, 2020 7:07 am

Given the interest in this subfamily and increasingly in subfamilies more broadly, I’ve redesigned the page to work better on mobiles (now over 50% of our traffic).

Not quite finished yet, so some data will be incomplete, will post again here when done.

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