Amazing orange, black and silver coloring. Great for your clean up crew!
These are very healthy and active Cory Cats. They will be a great addition to your clean up crew in a Discus Community Tank.
According to Wikipedia “Adolfo's catfish (Corydoras adolfoi) is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Corydoradinae sub-family of the Callichthyidae family. It originates in inland waters in South America, and is found in the Rio Negro basin in Brazil. It is also known as Adolfo's cory.
The fish will grow in length up to 2.2 inches (5.7 centimeters). It feeds on worms, benthic crustaceans, insects, and plant matter. Data from a wild locality show temperature 78 °F (26 °C), very low pH (5,3-5,4) and conductivity 7,0-8,3 microSiemens.
This species is very easy to breed in aquarium. The fish spawn in open water and 1-2 large (ca. 2 mm in diameter), sticky eggs are attached to a plant or stone. Adults do not guard the eggs. The number of eggs is relatively small (several tens per spawn from one female). The optimal water chemistry for the development of eggs varies from author to author and it may thus depend on the origin of the fish population. At 26 °C the fry hatch after ca. four days and start to eat after another four days. Raising the fry may not be fully trouble-free, however.”
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If you have any questions or reservations on having your order shipped, please let me know and I will be happy to explain the process and our guarantee that your discus fish will arrive Healthy, Hungry, and Happy to be in their new home!
Enjoy your discus.
Your Wattley Discus shipment of tropical fish is designed to last 24+ hours before opening if it remains sealed. When you receive your box of tropical fish, keep it from direct sunlight or Ice and snow covered ground.
There is an inner styrofome box inside the cardboard box for added protection. With a scissor or knife, cut the side and middle tape to break the seal. Don't worry, the styrofome box will keep you from cutting open any tropical fish air bags.
Also, cutting the big plastic liner in all four corners and folding them down will make a nice work area (as shown in the video).
Each discus fish has three stapled bags and one dark liner to keep the fish safe and minimize stress during transport. Keep the tropical fish bags upright while cutting the tops off all three bags. Do this for all the tropical fish bags you have purchased.
When acclimating fish that have been shipped, it is very important they have time to adjust to your tanks pH. While the temperature difference between your tank and the water in the bag is important, the difference in pH is more important. Pouring 1/8 cup of from your tank in to each bag every twenty minutes will help them with both temperature and pH differences. Allowing one hour is the best for acclimating tropical fish.
Please Note: If you pH is very high (over 7.0) pour water from your tank every 15 minutes for one hour.
If you have a bucket pour the water from the bag into it, then let the discus fish slide into your tank from the empty bag. Do not pour the water from the bag into your tank. Now is a good time to add some of the Stress Guard that came as your free gift.
Another option is to reach into the bag with your hand and place the discus fish into your tank. You can use a rubber glove or barehanded (as shown in the video).
When acclimating tropical fish, waiting until they acclimate to their new environment is important as digestion is affected by stress.
Enjoy your discus fish!
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