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Old 10-05-2017, 12:46 PM   #1
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What types of Cory's do I actually have??

Hi Guys!

I went to 4 different Pet store looking for more of what I THOUGHT might be an emerald Cory, but no one had any that looked like him/ her.

Instead I ended up getting a diverse group that were all schooling up in the tank. I figured if they were hanging out together all ready it wouldn't be a bad mix. and even though I only was going to get 4, I ended up getting 6 making my school of Cories now 9. They do Sort of Split off a bit to "like" friends but even the "like friends" don't always look like the same species.

I have 4 Albino's I think 2 Male and 2 Female.

1 Gray/Green

1 that I think is a Bandit

2 I think are delphax

1 I not sure of at all......

It has similar face and dorsal fin markings to the 2 I think are Delphax but the dots are pretty non-existant so I am thinking it might be a Panda. I have had him/her longer and the tank had a mixed bag but did specify Panda's and Albino's were in it.

I am attaching Pictures.... Can anyone with more specific Species knowledge help me out?

Also can / will the Albino's and my mystery ladies cross breed?
They seem to be getting very friendly and cuddly in the corners but I can't tell if it is a schooling behavior or a "hey baby" type of thing.

My Platy's and Molly's at home are all breeding and I can't tell if my Lady's here are getting rounder or if I am just having a case of Fry Fever.

Thanks!
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