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Yuri Panchul - 2004-03-10
Fish on your photo picture is not Colisa chuna.
Fish on the photo picture is a red form of Colisa lalia.
I know this because I crossed this red form of Colisa
lalia with blue Colisa lalia and they produced babies.
Colisa chuna eggs are black, but Colisa lalia eggs
are white. I dont think you can cross Colisa lalia
and Colisa chuna. At least not as easy.
You can see gourami atlas AQUALOG All Labyrinths (Aqualog # 6)
AQUALOG All Labyrinths (Aqualog # 6)
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksearch/isbnInquiry.asp?userid=37USGT71PN&isbn=3931702219&itm=4


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jessica - 2004-03-09
I once thought that fish were boring, that all they do is swim around all day. Then this one day I was suprised when a friend gave me one, my first Siamese Fighting fish. After seeing the fish in the bowl I started to think that it was not that bad. then I began noticing that I had this urge to go home and see my new fish,...by the way his name is Dragon. I called him this because Dragon looks very mystical and mysterious, and he also reminds me of a Chinese Dragon.
Then I started to research him on the Internet and then I came across this website. I noticed that Dragon is alot like my hamsters and they seem to get along too. I enjoy my fish very much and I am glad that other people enjoy their fish too.

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Barbara - 2004-03-06
I have heard and read that gouramis are peaceful, but I tried to put my male flame gourami and my dwarf gourami together, and they fought. They were relentless. My honey(gold)gouramis also fought.

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Jocelyn - 2004-03-06
I got my own Betta he is a green, blue and red he is very colorful I called him Merash I just liked that name

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Tony - 2004-03-01
My Giant Gourami attacks all of my other fish including the catfish which most fish tend to ignore. The problem is getting worse as it grows, so I have separated my Gourami from the other fish. I hope my Gourami grows to be less aggressive as I hope to open up my tank in future.

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Anonymous - 2004-02-25
I have two dwarf Gouramis, 4 lyretails, 3 tetras, 2 platys, and 3 catfish in a 20 gallon tank. i have plenty of plants and hiding spots for my fish. The Gouramis are a little timid at first but once they get used to the tank they are wonderful active community fish. once in a while the gouramis will be aggressive towords each other but they are usually very peaceful fish.They are very easy to take care of and will eat from all sections of the aquarium. overall i think Gouramis are very easy to manage and very calm and peaceful community fish.

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Serina - 2004-02-11
My male pearl is a little territorial and has a history of being a bully, but I think it is mainly because he doesnt have bigger fish around to keep him in line. I have a 15gal tank with two pearls (male and female), a female gold molly, and two dwarf african frogs. It is a pretty peaceful tank *that is until the male decides that it is time to breed*

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Kim - 2004-02-01
I have a 75 gallon tank. My oldest daughter fell for the Opaline gouramis so I bought 3. These things chase themselves they chase my powder blues and my bala sharks. They are vicious creatures. It is always a feeding frenzy in the tank I feed them a variety of foods and they eat everything before any other of the fish get a chance. They eat like a highschool football team. I think a 3000 gallon tank to keep them under control......

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mahasoor - 2004-01-06
I started out my fish tank with one gold gourami and three medium sized tinfoil barb fish, all relatively the same size by now. My little gold guy is peaceful enough, nobody bothers with him and vice versa. My flame dwarf fish, tetras, and bala shark all quite content with them.

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steve - 2003-12-29
I have had tanks from 20 - 40+ gallons and tall to long. Pearls are my favorite for sure. I have come across an aggessive male or two, but they are the exception not the rule. Likewise, I have seen some quite shy. Typically, they are great community fish and real beauties. Feed them some worms occasionally and watch their colors come to life.

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