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|Scientific Name||Corydoras(ln8sc3) pantanalensis Knaack, 2001|
|Type Locality||Pantanal, Departamento Santa Cruz, 16°06'525''S, 59°55'620''W, Bolivia.|
|Pronunciation||pant AN al EN siss|
|Etymology||Named after its distribution area, the Pantanal.|
|Size||80mm or 3.1" SL. Find near, nearer or same sized spp.|
|Identification||Males and females look identical until maturity when only the males develop a strong pattern. Very similar to Corydoras geryi except that C. geryi has a transparent (clear) fins which are sometime patterned too.|
|Sexing||Mature males show a network pattern with brown, basic colouration always emerald green. Those without the network pattern are either immature or unsuited males or females. Mature females are larger and broader than these unadorned males.|
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|Breeding||Knaack, who collected and described the species, reports captive spawning. He states the fish are easy to breed and compares them to C. geryi (also easy to breed). At 15mm length the fry are brownish mottled.|
|Breeding Reports||There is no breeding report.|
|Reference||Aquaristik aktuell (Germany) 9-10/2001, pp 59.|
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|Last Update||2019 Jul 17 21:48 (species record created: 2001 Apr 30 00:00)|