Kat_Rigel Posted August 5, 2020 Share Posted August 5, 2020 I have noticed that almost all pygmy corys that I see listed for sale are wild caught. Specifically, I am thinking the corydoras habrosus, but I think its about the same for corydoras pygmaeus. Is this because they are difficult to breed in captivity, or perhaps they aren't popular enough for fish farms to deal with (they don't make enough money?) Or is it more cost effective to collect from the wild? I have kept habrosus before and they sure were cute little buggers! However, there was no breeding activity, and I have never really bred any corys in general. Where my cory people at? Whatcha think? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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