5cm - 5cm
6 - 7
This species is usually peaceful and can be kept with other species that are not too large or aggressive. Other brightly colored species can sometimes cause male gouramis to become aggressive as they are mistaken for rivals.
Peaceful, small schooling fish are suitable tank mates as well as most bottom-dwelling fish. Some potential tankmates may include dwarf cichlids, cardinal tetra, or neon tetra.
GOURAMI HABITAT AND CARE
Dwarf gouramis are well suited to smaller aquariums as well as community aquariums. Gouramis can be skittish when subjected to noise and should be kept in a quiet location.
Provide plenty of vegetation, including floating plants that cover only part of the surface of the water, as these labyrinth fish need access to surface air on all sides of the aquarium.
GOURAMI DIET AND FEEDING
To maintain good health, supplement their diet with periodic feedings of live foods such as worms. Live foods should also be used to condition breeder pairs
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