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So these two pop'd up in my community tank a few weeks back. I used to have panda and dup cories, and have moved them to their own tanks since they've started breeding. This was 2 months ago. They seem to be possible hybrids, anyone have better insight?
 

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Panda cories are notorious for hydrating with other subspecies of corydoras. There is a real good chance these could be hybrid fish. I don't know if you were planning to see or trade them but I would probably hold back on that. Hybrid fish are cool but I don't think we want to be flooding the market with them. Keep them for your own enjoyment 馃檪
 

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So these two pop'd up in my community tank a few weeks back. I used to have panda and dup cories, and have moved them to their own tanks since they've started breeding. This was 2 months ago. They seem to be possible hybrids, anyone have better insight?
Great looking fish, starting to look like cheap weitzmani cories ;)
 

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@Otocinclus Yeah I agree with you. I'm not big on hybrids, one of the reason I separated them as soon as I saw fry. These two will most likely sit in the main community tank as the only cories. Thanks for the info!

@Josephl Thanks!weitzmani cories are gorgeous. Def on my list.

@CRS Fan I've actually seen dups go for as high as 32.99$ lol
 

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@CRS Fan I've actually seen dups go for as high as 32.99$ lol
I was kidding ;-)

I want to get similis cories. They are more beuatiful in person (very elegant).

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Stuart

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