Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami (Pair) - Trichogaster lalius

Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami (Pair) - Trichogaster lalius - AllPondSolutions

Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami (Pair) - Trichogaster lalius

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Scientific Name: Trichogaster lalius

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Approximate purchase size : 4.5 - 6cm
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How easy are they to care for?
Ideally suited to a well planted aquarium with slow moving docile tank mates. These are of a moderate level of care due to their timid nature.

How large can they grow?

Where in the world are they from?
Found throughout Pakistan, Bangladesh and northern India.

What is the ideal number to keep together?
Will happily coexist with similar species, but can be kept in pairs or large groups.

What water conditions do they require?
Water requirements are quite broad ranging, will accept 22-27 degrees C with a pH range of 6.0 - 7.5.

What should you feed them?
In order to promote best colour a broad range of frozen or live foods should be offered along side a diet of crushed flake or slow sinking pellets.

How compatible are they with other fish?
Will not cope well with highly active tank mates and should be kept with peaceful, slow moving species.

Can they be bred in captivity?
A known bubblenest builder which will happily form temporary pair bonds. Often isolated to pairs by breeders once pairs have been identified.