Could be a gold
variety of C037
The first three thumbnails are adult specimens given to me by
the breeder John Hetherington from Workington, England and they
were offspring from an original pair of Aspidoras sp.
Goia (C037) bred by him in 1999. I managed to breed them myself
in 2003. In these pictures the eyes look red which would make
them albino, but it is the flash from the camera that is
duplicating this effect, the eyes are normal. The differences
are noted here between the Aspidoras and Corydoras
genera. Eye: very small in Aspidoras small in Corydoras.
Body shape: smaller size and body shape in Aspidoras
compared to the much more bulkier Corydoras. Head:
smaller head shape in Aspidoras compared with Corydoras.
Aspidoras posses a duel fontanel bone structure in skull
whereas Corydoras have only the one larger fontanel. Aquarium
Care: With all of this genus they are best kept
in groups of six or more and are best housed with small fishes
that are not aggressive. Provide a planted area in the tank for
cover and include a soft substrate such as sand or small rounded
gravel. Diet: Flake, tablet foods, small live
and frozen foods.