Panda Cory Cat


The Panda Cory Cat comes from the tributaries of larger river systems in Central and South America, and is a peaceful bottom dwelling scavenger. The Panda is gold with black patches covering the eyes, dorsal fin, and at the base of the tail.

The Panda Cory Cat requires a well planted aquarium with plenty of hiding places that provide relief from the light. A smooth sand or gravel substrate is needed because of the easily damaged barbels. They enjoy being in numbers, so a small school of six or more is ideal for these cats.

Breeding the Panda Cory Cat has not been documented, but it is suggested that their requirements are similar to the Elegans Cory Cat.

The Panda Cory Cat is omnivorous and will require a well balanced diet including dried, flake, frozen, and live foods. Feed a quality flake and pellet food as well as frozen brine and live worms.

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Dennis H. July 7, 2008 at 2:53 pm

This fish is as easy as guppies if you make the conditions right . Ph of 7.0 temp between 72 and 77 degrees F. I put 3 males and 1 female in a 20 gallon tank with just a clutter of plastic rocks that are about 3 inches long on the bottom . I feed the adults blood worms and sinking pellets.The eggs are usually on the glass or rocks . I donot remove the adults and I donot put any fry food in the tank . I have a continuous supply of baby corys showing up .

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