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    Corydoras copei

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    Hi guys,

    Got some shots of my Corydoras copei recently.





    This fish is sometimes mistaken for a discolored Corydoras trillineatus, but is actually a separate and distinct species. Known in chinese as the "black back cory".

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    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    Really look so much like the C. trillineatus. How to tell the differences?
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    roland, the patterns on the body?

    benny, lovely pics.. i especially like the 2nd one best... looks cuter :P

    is it me or is the 1st pic abit too orangey?

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    Re:

    [quote:ee980b719d="Simon"]is it me or is the 1st pic abit too orangey?[/quote:ee980b719d]

    Thanks guys.. The pattern on the body is the secret to telling the two different species apart.

    Simon, have your monitor been caliberated already?

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    Re:

    [quote:b0c19f1764="benny"][quote:b0c19f1764="Simon"]is it me or is the 1st pic abit too orangey?[/quote:b0c19f1764]

    Thanks guys.. The pattern on the body is the secret to telling the two different species apart.

    Simon, have your monitor been caliberated already?

    Cheers,[/quote:b0c19f1764]

    yes, the 2nd pics seems right.. but not the 1st

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    [quote:1a2754eca5="Simon"]yes, the 2nd pics seems right.. but not the 1st[/quote:1a2754eca5]

    Hmm... I may need to recalibrate the monitor again. Once you adjust the contrast and brightness, the original calibration will be off.

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    Re:

    [quote:faa7b8e711="benny"][quote:faa7b8e711="Simon"]yes, the 2nd pics seems right.. but not the 1st[/quote:faa7b8e711]

    Hmm... I may need to recalibrate the monitor again. Once you adjust the contrast and brightness, the original calibration will be off.

    Cheers,[/quote:faa7b8e711]

    did u adjust?

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    Well....the set is not used my myself alone. so there's a possibility. We'll see..

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