Corydoras panda is one of the smaller species of Corydoras in the hobby (max length 2"), outside the true dwarf species such as C. pygmaeus. Like all Cories they are very peaceful fish that make excellent members of a community tank. Cories are best kept in groups of at the very least 3, although 5-6 or more is a better number and will encourage natural behaviour and confidence. Soft substrate such as sand is also recommended, so as not to damage their sensitive barbels.
These are juveniles, around 0.75" long.