Serratus Corydoras


The saddle-nosed Corydoras serratus from the upper Rio Negro in Brazil belongs to the most wanted species of Corydoras. Due to the fact that the saddle-nosed species of Corydoras are in general no schooling fish, it is not possible to collect larger numbers of them in an economically useful way. This and the fact that there were times in which exorbitant prizes were payed in Japan for this species made them real rare in the trade for a long time.

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