Julii cory fish is one of the best options to bring a good look to your lower level of the tank. They also keep the tank clean as they are good scavengers and good looking 

Why we need the beginner’s guide for Julli cory fish? The beginner’s guide will give you all the information regarding the stunningly looking cory fish which is one among 170 available Cory Catfishes

Julii Cory Fish – Overview

CategoryDescription
Common NameThe other common name of this fish is Leopard Cory.
Scientific NameThe scientific name is Corydoras Julii.
Habitat or OriginThey are native to South America, Amazon River Basin. They are freshwater species.
Average SizeThe maximum size of this fish is 2 inches (5.2cm).
ColorationThey have a creamy white body with small black spots and bold central stripes.
Life SpanThey live for 3 to 4 years. Under proper conditions, they can live for a year more. 
DietAs they are scavengers they can live on leftovers that sink at the bottom of the tank. They can be fed pellets that sink at the bottom of the tank. The Brine shrimp which is live or thawed can also be given for a change in diet. Algae wafers can also be given. 
Gender IdentificationThe females are wider in look than the males. The females are also thicker than the males of the same age.
BehaviorThey are active at night. They require more oxygen so they come to the surface to get atmospheric oxygen. This can be reduced by having plants in the tank. They are also peaceful community fishes that do not harm many fishes. Some species are harmful they spread toxins when stressed.
CompatibilityThey are peaceful which can be kept with other peaceful fishes. Avoid keeping them with larger fishes and aggressive fishes. Fishes like Danios, Rasboras, Dwarf cichlids, and tetras can be kept together. The same species can also be kept together.
Ideal Tank ConditionsThey require a freshwater tank which is 10 gallons in minimum. The substrate should be fine. A filtration system is required. Caves and driftwood can be added as hiding spots.
Water ParametersThe temperature of the water should be 73 to 79 degrees F. hardness can be 2-25 pH. pH can be 6-8.
BreedingThe males chase the females. The females run away and hide. The males find the females. The male shivers on the female and makes the male release sperm. The females catch this sperm in the mouth and release eggs. It releases 4 eggs at a time. The egg hatches in 3 – 4 days. The fry should be fed with protozoan organism initially. Later they can be given brine shrimp.
Common DiseasesThe freshwater disease is the common disease for this fish.. this can be avoided by keeping the water clean.
Approximate CostCommon species are available for a few dollars. Some species like Adolfoi and Weitzmani Cory fishes can cost up to $30.
What to look when buyingThe fish should be plump. The fins should be proper and not torn. The barbells should be intact. The colors and patterns should be clear.
Species in the MarketPeppered cory, Emerald Cory, Sterbai Cory, Glass catfish, Dwarf Corydoras, and many other species are available in the market.

Gallery of Julii Cory Fish

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