CorydorasEthan Posted January 28, 2021 Share Posted January 28, 2021 Hello everyone, I found this really cool article on mimicry between different Corydoras species and other catfish: - https://cefishessentials.com/blog/corydoras-catfish-pigment-patterns-behaviour-crypsis-and-habitats/ - https://www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/features/the-littlest-hobos/ I found it pretty cool how many different species of catfish (certain species within the genera Corydoras, Brachyrhamdia, Otocinclus, and various tetra genera) sometimes mimic each other and school together for protection. Corydoras duplicareous and Brachyrhamdia rambarriani. "Skunk" Brachyrhamdia spec. Corydoras paleatus and Otocinclus flexilis. This article had me craving for an all Corydoras + mimics biotope for my next project (in the future. Of course, I have to ask my parents for a new tank once I have more space). I was wondering if anybody keeps/has kept any Brachyrhamdia, Otocinclus, or tetra species that interact/mimic with Corydoras species. How availible are they, how much did they cost, and where did you get them? Thanks. 6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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