Cory, long snout, spots ID

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Cory, long snout, spots ID

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I think C. Leopardus
But others say snout isnt long enough?

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Yes looks like Corydoras(ln8sc4) leopardus. Might be C102, but that can have even a longer snout. Consider also Corydoras(ln8sc4) gomezi, although there's a chance C. gomezi is a variant of leopardus also. This group is one of my favorite corys!

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Re: Cory, long snout, spots ID

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Awesome thanks! Ill let them know

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Ive not once seen them around here, a neat one, thats for sure.

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Re: Cory, long snout, spots ID

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MissNoodle wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 11:34 pm
Ive not once seen them around here, a neat one, thats for sure.
In our LFS's, these always come in either as trilineatus (but sold as "julii") or mixed in with trilineatus (and still being sold as julii). Occasionally they come in as a whole other species, and only rarely do they appear for sale as "leopard corys."
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Re: Cory, long snout, spots ID

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bekateen wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 1:35 am
MissNoodle wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 11:34 pm
Ive not once seen them around here, a neat one, thats for sure.
In our LFS's, these always come in either as trilineatus (but sold as "julii") or mixed in with trilineatus (and still being sold as julii). Occasionally they come in as a whole other species, and only rarely do they appear for sale as "leopard corys."
Thats how i got my weitzmani and my ambiacus lol

Everything gets thrown in the "juliis".

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