Dwarf Gourami

Originating in the waters of India, the Dwarf Gourami is not only beautiful but they can be hardy as well. The male is more colorful while the females are less colorful. Sometimes the females are grey in appearance. There are a couple of color varieties including the Blue and Flame Red.
They make a great addition to a fully cycled community tank and are easy to care for.they should eat most fish food including flakes, freeze-dried, frozen and live foodfs.
If you notice the coloration on your gourami start to fade, try supplementing their diet with freezed-dried bloodworms or live food once in a while. They are not picky eaters.

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Dwarf Gouramis


Scientific Name:Colisa Ialia
Common Names: Blue Dwarf Gourami, Sunset Gourami, Powder Blue Gourami, Neon Dwarf Gourami
Care Level:Easy
Size:3 inches
pH:6--8
Temperature:77-82 degrees Fahrenheit (25-28 degrees Celsius
Lifespan:3-4 years
Origin/Habitat:India
Temperament/Behavior: Mostly peaceful and hardy, they are a good fish for beginners
Breeding /Mating/Reproduction:Can be difficult. They build buuble nests for their eggs.
Tank Size:20 gallon or larger
Fish Disease: Freshwater Fish DiseaseDiagnose, Symptoms and treat
Tank Region:Middle to top
Gender:Male is more colorful whil females are more drab.
Diet:Will eat flake, freeze-dried and live foods. Vary their diet for good health
Compatible tank mates:Many good tank mate but can become slightly territorial if placed in a smaller tank with other Dwarfs
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Male
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Female Dwarf Gourami