The Blue Gourami is also known as the Three-Spot Gourami. This gourami is a rather peaceful fish that is very comical to watch as a juvenile. The Blue Gourami has only two spots, one in the center of the body, and a second at the beginning of the tail. The eye is actually the third spot that is ..
The Blue Paradise, also known as the Paradise Fish, is a brightly coloured member of the Labyrinth Fish group. The body has alternating turquoise blue and orange stripes that extend into the fins and tail. There is a spot on the gills, and a pattern of dark scaling on the head reaching over the back..
The Chocolate Gourami is a peaceful fish that is greenish-brown with pearly-yellow stripes running vertically along its body. There is a dark, almost black spot bordered in yellow at the base of the tail. This gourami makes a rewarding challenge for the advanced hobbyist, especially in breeding pair..
The Dwarf Gourami, also known as the Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, the Red Dwarf Gourami, and the Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami, is a peaceful, shy fish. If in a pair the two fish will swim together. The Dwarf Gourami has an iridescent sheen to its body, more prominent in the male. The male is a vivid orange..
The Gold Gourami is a colour variation of the Blue Gourami that is a deep orange with lighter orange shading. The Gold Gourami also has rust colour markings and is lacking the spots of the Blue Gourami. This gourami is a rather peaceful fish that is very comical to watch as a juvenile. Gold Gour..
The Honey Dwarf Gourami is sometimes called the Honey Gourami, the Sunburst Gourami or the Dwarf Gourami, and is closely related to the Colisa lalia Dwarf Gourami. Both the male and female are pale yellow-brown in colour, except during spawning. When spawning the male becomes honey to ochre in colou..
The Giant Gourami, also known as Banded Gourami, Rainbow Gourami, or Striped Gourami, is a pale to golden yellow with silvery pale blue stripes running vertically along its body. In some parts of India it is used as a food fish, where it is dried and then eaten. The Giant Gourami requires a tank th..
The Kissing Gourami is also known as the Kisser Fish or Pink Kisser. The Kissing Gourami is silvery-peach in colour and has thick lips that can be extended or pursed (as in kissing). They are generally a tolerant species, but males may occasionally fight by pressing their lips together (i.e., kissin..
The Licorice Gourami is one of the smallest and most beautifully coloured labyrinth fish. The male is much more brightly coloured 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..
The Opaline Gourami is also known as the Marbled Gourami, and is a colour variation of the Blue Gourami. This gourami is a rather peaceful fish that is very comical to watch as a juvenile. The Opaline Gourami is silvery pale blue, with darker blue markings. Opaline Gouramis are considered Labyrinth ..
The Pearl Gourami is a peaceful fish that is also known as the Leeri or Lace Gourami. It is one of the most attractive, hardiest, and easy-to-keep gouramis. The body is stretched out and laterally compressed with ventral fins that are long and thin, having the look of feelers. It is covered with iri..
One of the hardiest of the gouramies, they are not fussy about water conditions or diet, even tolerating slightly cooler temperatures.
Both sexes are very similar in appearance; mature males have longer more pointed dorsal fins.
The Platinum Gourami is a beautiful color-morph of the Three Spot Go..
The Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, is a colour variation of the Dwarf Gourami, and is an iridescent powder blue fish with red vertical stripes. This is a peaceful, shy fish that if in a pair will swim together. Powder Blue Dwarf Gouramis are considered Labyrinth Fish, meaning they breathe directly from ..
This variety of Dwarf Gourami boasts beautiful vibrant blue colours that fade into vivid red. Like most Gouramis, males are more brilliantly coloured than females. Regardless of sex, however, these beautiful fish create a splash of colour in any home aquarium. Peaceful, by nature, Gouramis are an e..
The Sparkling Gourami is a petite gem of freshwater aquariums. With its gorgeous golden body speckled with flecks of iridescent red and fins adorned with blue and green spots, the tiny Trichopsis pumilus is simply stunning. In spite of its beauty, the Sparkling Gourami remains humble and peaceful to..
The Killifish family are best in pairs. Seahorse Aquarium keeps all killifish in Pairs and recommend to house both sexes in the aquarium. The White Pearl Fish, otherwise known as the Rio Pearlfish or Whites Pearlfish, is a South American Killifish found in temporary pools in floodplains of streams..