Hognosed Brochis



Other Hognosed Brochis Names: Hognosed Brochis

Hognosed Brochis Scientific Name: Brochis multiradiatus, Corydoras multiradiatus

Hognosed Brochis (Brochis multiradiatus))

Temperature Range: 70°F-80°F
70°-80°
pH Range: 6-7.6
6-7.6
Hardness Range: 1-15°
1-15°


Family: Callichthyidae

Species Type: South American Catfish

Hognosed Brochis Adult Size: 3 inches (cm)

Hognosed Brochis Life Expectancy: 4 years

Hognosed Brochis Habitat: South American rivers (The Rio Lagartococha)

Hognosed Brochis Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons

Hognosed Brochis Temperament: Generally peaceful but may become a bit aggressive when adult sized.

Hognosed Brochis Diet & Nutrition: Omnivorous - does wel with sinking pellet or freeze-dried food.

Hognosed Brochis Description: Great fish for a community tank. Since they can be somewhat rowdy and do grow larger than most cories, larger bottom dwellers might be more appropriate tankmates. They would not be outcompeted for food as smaller Corydoras could be. Brochis multiradiatus is large and robust compared to other fish in the Corydoradinae group, and its deep colors can be eye-catching. These fish are usually sold at a length of five cm or greater, and fetch a high price.

Tank Mate Compatibility: Other community fish.

Hognosed Brochis Breeding & Spawning: Make frequent partial water changes and feed the fish live foods to get them in spawning condition. Spawning is initiated by the addition of cooler water. A single pair or sometimes a group will spawn together. The rest of the breeding procedure is similar to other Corydoras species.

Determining Hognosed Brochis Sex: Females tend to be broader than males.

Aquarium Region: Bottom

Hognosed Brochis Diseases: None specific to species.



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