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Corydoras paleatus

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Corydoras paleatus is a species of catfish (order Siluriformes) of the family Callichthyidae. Its common names include peppered cat, pepper cory or salt & pepper cory.[1] It originates from the lower ParanĂ¡ River basin and coastal rivers in Uruguay and Brazil.[1]

This fish species reaches about 5.9 centimetres (2.3 in) SL.[1] The male is smaller than the female and in proportion to body length, the dorsal fin and pectoral fins are longer on the male than the female.[2]

Corydoras paleatus is found in ponds[1], and feeds on worms, crustaceans, insects, and plant matter.[1]

C. paleatus has been known to produce sound; it does this by abduction of its pectoral fins. This is used by males during courtship and intrapersonal communication, and by both sexes and juveniles when distressed.[2]

In reproduction, males do not behave aggressively toward each other, nor do they monopolize mating areas or females.[2] The T-position is involved in courtship, as with many other Corydoras species.[2]

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