It is a pinkish white in color with bright red eyes. It is very similar in appearance to the Albino Aeneus Cory, which was developed from the Bronze Corydoras Corydoras aeneus, however this variety tends to have a more orangish body.
Origin: Callichthyidae A captive bred variety of the Peppered Cory Corydorus paleatus, which was described by Jenyns in 1842. The Peppered Cory are found in the La Plata river basin in southeast Brazil.
Care Level: Easy Catfish can do well in covered tanks of nearly any size and dimensions.
They are bottom dweller, so it’s a good idea to keep at least 2 inches of aquarium gravel or substrate on the tank bottom.
They do well in a wide range of water conditions, keeping the fish in established community tank water.
High Nitrates seem to stress Cory Cats and make them susceptible to diseases.
Their diet includes basic food types including fish flakes, pellets and bottom feeder tablets.
Size: 2-3 Inches Females are larger than males.
Life Span: 5 Years They can live for 5 years or more, up to 8 years with optimal conditions.