How big do albino catfish grow?

How big do albino catfish grow?

The females of this species are normally larger than the males, growing to just under 3 inches (7.5 cm) in length, though the dorsal fin and pectoral fins are longer on the male. This albino form is also a bit larger than the naturally occurring Peppered Cory Corydorus paleatus, which only reaches 2.3 inches (5.9 cm).

How long do Albino Cory catfish live?

The Albino Catfish is a small tropical freshwater fish in the “armored catfish” family that ranks among the most popular cory catfish kept in home freshwater aquariums. These fish are easy to care for, hardy, and are a little on the shy side. This species is known to live to up to 10 years in captivity..

Are Albino Cory’s blind?

Mine do the same. I don’t think they’re completely blind, but they likely don’t have particularly good eyesight and will rely on other senses to find food – it’s probably the same for all corydoras, but the albino gene just makes it worse.

How can you tell if a albino Cory catfish is male or female?

Sexing: Male corydoras are generally smaller and slimmer, females are larger and rounder, true for all cories. It takes a while of observing them every day and getting to know them and then it gets fairly easy to sex them.

Do albino Cory catfish eat algae?

No, corys don’t eat algae. Even though cory catfish are bottom feeders, they won’t eat algae that grow on the tank walls or substrate. They might eat sinking algae wafers occasionally, but in general, corys refuse to eat algae. Corys scavenge on scraps and leftover foods in the tank.

How much does a albino catfish cost?

Catfish – Albino Channel Catfish

Quantity Bulk Purchase Pricing
100 or more $0.35 Discount Per Item

How much is an albino catfish?

What are the odds of albino catfish?

Some researchers working with mammals estimate that true albinos occur in about one in 10,000 births. Some of our Conservation Department hatcheries have seen albino catfish produced as frequently as one in 20,000 fish.