Corydora Neon gold stripe Wild

Ready to explore the depths of the aquatic world? Today we immerse ourselves in the fascinating world of Corydoras. We are going to focus on one of the rarest species: Corydora Neon gold stripe Wild , which is not yet well known in the aquarium world.
Get ready for an interesting journey learning something new and inspiring your curiosity! Firemouth Aquaristic will be your trusted guide every step of the way.
Corydora neon stripe wild

The Corydora Neon gold stripe is wild and its classification is of the order Siluformes and its origin is South America. This species of Corydora is found primarily in freshwater environments of all types, with species on all continents except Antarctica.

As their name suggests, Corydora Neon gold stripe Wild , they have a gold stripe on their body and under aquarium lights, that gold hue can become quite bright when the light hits it. The size of this species that we have available at Firemouth Aquaristic is XL, around 4 to 6 cm (it is an adult).

The parameters required in the aquarium are PH between 5.8 and 7.0 and its temperature can range between 22ºC and 26ºC.

The recommended aquarium size is base dimensions of 90 * 30 cm or equivalent for long-term care.

As for feeding Corydora Neon gold stripe Wild, this can consist of canned or dry food but under no circumstances should they be expected to survive on the "leftovers" of other aquarium inhabitants or depend on them to "clean" the aquarium. .

Example of a good diet for Corydora Neon Gold Stripe Wild:

- Canned food type: Bloodworms

- Dry feeding type: Insect Nature and Immunpro Nature

It is important and of utmost importance to provide hiding places for Corydoras. And with careful planning of your aquarium layout, you can not only provide your corydora with hiding places, but you will also have the benefit of seeing it enjoying your home. Suitable materials to use as hiding places include wood, rocks, slate, and aquatic plants.

If you have any questions about planning your aquarium design, you can always count on our personalized and exclusive services that make it easier to find what you need.

They are often described as nocturnal creatures as they are most active at night. They prefer to live at the bottom of an aquarium (or at the bottom of rivers, lakes, streams, etc. in their natural environments). Of course, there are exceptions to this general rule.

Catfish generally make excellent tank mates for a wide variety of other fish species.

Do you want to take a look at the rest of the species we have for sale at Firemouth Aquaristic?

You can find them all in this section: Freshwater fish

All the species for sale have an infographic that helps you a lot to organize and plan the set of species that will coexist in your aquarium.

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