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Breeding Corydoras duplicareus Sands, 1995

Breeding Corydoras duplicareus by Don Kinyon

In the tributaries of the upper Rio Negro in Brazil, there are a few small catfish with strikingly similar color patterns. Corydoras adolphoi, Corydoras duplicareus, Corydoras serratus, Corydoras imitator, and Brachyrhamdia rambarrani are a few. Of these, one of the most colorful and rare is the C. duplicareus, described by Dr. David Sands in 1995.

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