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Male And Female Gouramis

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Opaline Gourami
(Trichogaster trichopterus)
Starting at $2.19
…way to differentiate between the male and female Opaline Gourami is by the dorsal fin. In the male, the dorsal fin is long and pointed, while the female's is shorter and rounded. When ready to breed, the male builds a bubblenest and begins to entice the female by swimming back and forth, flaring…
Gold Gourami
(Trichogaster trichopterus)
Starting at $2.59
…way to differentiate between the male and female Gold Gourami is by the dorsal fin. In the male, the dorsal fin is long and pointed, while the female's is shorter and rounded. When ready to breed, the male builds a bubblenest and then begins to entice the female by swimming back and forth, flaring…
Blue Gourami
(Trichogaster trichopterus)
Starting at $2.99
…way to differentiate between the male and female Blue Gourami is by the dorsal fin. In the male, the dorsal fin is long and pointed, while the female's is shorter and rounded. When ready to breed, the male builds a bubblenest and then begins to entice the female by swimming back and forth, flaring…
Chocolate Gourami
(Sphaerichthys osphromenoides)
Starting at $11.49
…to differentiate between the male and female is the yellow border that extends along the edge of the male's anal and caudal fins. The Chocolate Gourami is a mouth brooder that is a frugal spawner. The male and female will spawn on the bottom of the tank and the female collects the eggs in her mouth.…
Dwarf Gourami
(Colisa lalia)
Starting at $5.49
…together. The Dwarf Gourami has an iridescent sheen to its body, more prominent in the male. The male is a vivid orange-red with turquoise blue vertical stripes that continue into the fins. Females are pale, silvery blue-gray with very faint yellowish vertical stripes. Dwarf Gouramis are considered…
Sparkling Gourami
(Trichopsis pumilus)
Starting at $1.39
Gourami. The Sparkling Gourami can be kept with a variety of tankmates of similar size and temperament. While males can be territorial with each other, the Sparkling Gourami becomes timid around other, more aggressive fish.The only way to differentiate the male from the female Sparkling Gourami is…
Licorice Gourami
(Parosphromenus deissneri)
Starting at $11.49
…Licorice Gourami is one of the smallest and most beautifully colored labyrinth fish. The male is much more brightly colored than the female, especially during courtship. The male has vertical stripes in black and silver with iridescent turquoise blue and red in the fins and tail. The female is…
Kissing Gourami
(Helostoma temmincki)
Starting at $3.99
…Kissing Gourami will browse on the algae that is growing there. The Kissing Gourami is peaceful with other fish of similar size and will tolerate others of the same species.There are no distinguishing characteristics between the male and female, although the female is usually heavier than the male.
Pearl Gourami
(Trichogaster leeri)
Starting at $7.49
…the tank should be reduced to 4-5 inches. The male will build a bubblenest under which spawning will take place. After spawning the female should be moved to a separate tank. The male Pearl Gourami tends to the eggs, and once the fry are hatched, the male should also be removed.The fry should be fed…
Honey Dwarf Gourami
(Colisa chuna)
Starting at $5.99
…and gentle. The Honey Dwarf Gourami does become territorial during spawning.A pair of Honey Dwarf Gouramis will defend their territory during spawning. The male will build a bubblenest, but the pair may spawn before the nest is built. After spawning the female should be moved to a different…
Flame Dwarf Gourami
(Colisa lalia)
Starting at $5.99
…variety of Dwarf Gourami boasts beautiful vibrant blue colors that fade into vivid red. Like most Gouramis, males are more brilliantly colored than females. Regardless of sex, however, these beautiful fish create a splash of color in any home aquarium. Peaceful, by nature, Gouramis are an excellent…
Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami
(Colisa lalia)
Starting at $5.99
…well as fellow gouramis. Loud noises often scare them, so the tank should be in a quiet area.The Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami is a bubble nest builder that uses plants to help bind together the bubbles. Besides the difference in color, the sex can be determined by the dorsal fin. The male's dorsal fin…
Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami
(Colisa lalia)
Starting at $7.99
…Dwarf Gourami, and is a peaceful, shy fish. If in a pair the two fish will swim together. The Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami has a bright iridescent sheen to its body, more prominent in the male. The coloration of the male is a vivid turquoise blue with orange-red stripes. Neon Blue Dwarf Gouramis are…
Scarlet Gem Badis
(Dario dario)
Starting at $5.99
…to study. Males feature 7 dark vertical bars across sides with bold red coloration, while females exhibit uniform grayish coloration or indistinct vertical bars. Breathtaking coloration and activity peaks during spawning, with rival males "facing off" or "dancing" alone for a female's attention.The…
Fan Dance Goby
(Stigmatogobius sadanundio)
Starting at $7.99
…that will handle the increased levels of salt in the water. The males of this species have larger fins while the females are smaller and colored light yellow. These gobies will spawn on the roof of caves or flowerpots, and the male will stay with the eggs in order to guard them. Feed the Fan Dance…
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