\nType locality is on the north bank of the lower Río Paraguá, Río Iténez system, Santa Cruz Department, southeastern Bolivia.
\nThe Iténez is known as the Guaporé in Brazil and drains into the Río Mamoré, thus forming part of the upper Río Madeira system, itself a major tributary of the Amazon.
\nTemperature: 22 – 32 °C
\npH: 6.0 – 7.5
\nHardness: 0 – 179 ppm
\nImage by Ian Fuller https://www.corydorasworld.com/