Cory amapaensis are somewhat rare in the hobby and are not offered frequently. The good news is they are today while quantities are available. This species of Corydoras are known for their long snouts and to read about a successful spawning check the article by Ian Fuller
called Corydoras amapaensis, Nijssen the possible first successful spawning in June 1980. This species goes by two nicknames which are Amapa Cory and Amapa State Cory according to PlanetCatfish.com
Finally we were able to import again a small number of the extremely rarely offered long snouted Corydoras amapaensis. The species is highly variable in respect of coloration. The sexes can be distinguished best by the shape of the spines of the pectoral fins, which are thickened and hairy in males.
For our customers: the fish have code 221754 on our stock list. Please note that we exclusively supply the wholesale trade.
Corydoras are identified by their twin rows of armor plates along the flanks and by having fewer than 10 dorsal fin rays. As with all Cory catfish, the female is larger, plumper and has rounded pelvic fins.