Sympatric with the long
snouted C. condisipulus.
Aquarium Care: A tank setup would entail a soft
substrate such as sand or a small gravel and a nice plant covering
around the back and sides of the aquarium. If housed in a community
tank a mixture of small South American characins or the smaller
varieties of Asian Rasboras would suffice, as larger fishes would
intimidate these shy Cory's, and would stop them eating and would
be therefore detrimental to their overall health. Diet:
The usual fare for adult Corydoras, a good quality flake
food, tablet food, frozen bloodworm and whiteworm used sparingly.Young
fry can be fed brine shrimp from a very early age and grow quick
in the first month, then they are apt to slow down.
America: French Guiana; Cumuri Creek at left bank of Río
Oiapoque upstream of first rapids of Grande Roche, southwest of