Corydoras multiradiatus, formerly Brochis multiradiatus, is one of the largest species in the subfamily Corydoradinae, and almost certainly the most massive. These jade-green cories can reach around 4" long! Like all cories they are schoolers that should be kept in groups of at least 3. While they may need a larger aquarium than most cories, they are just as peaceable and can be kept with just about anything that won't try to kill or eat them. Certainly a treat for the catfish enthusiast!
These are lovely, near full-grown specimens from Colombia. Around 3 inches long!