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Rob - 2003-10-14
I have two bettas (a male and female) and they are great starter fish, easy to take care of, all you need to do to keep them alive is feed them and clean their tank. I recommend getting them a 5 gallon tank or up because they tend to be depressed in smaller tanks. These fish in most cases are good comunity fish (exept if you have more than one male) and Id recommend them for tanks with tetras, small gouramis or other comunity fish.

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Rob - 2003-10-13
I have two male cinnamon dwarf gouramis. They are different then red fire gouramis but oh well. They are great fish and get along great with my two bettas, my tetras and my plecos. I recomend them for tanks with small to medium comunity fish

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Louise - 2003-10-13
We have had our Giant Gourami for some time now, and he has rarly caused any problems, he seemed a little down at first but now gets on with my two other dwarf gouramis.

He is a great addition to our tank, and is great fun to watch.

Id recommend one to anyone with a large tank, as he grew very fast!

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Missy Rippen - 2003-10-07
I have 2 flame gouramies and 2 powder blue gouramies in a 100 gal tank with other fish. They seem to like the pellets and not fear my 11 inch (non-aggressive - he pays little attention to the other fish) Oscar, I have not seen any actions that I would consider aggressive. They have not injured nor chased any of my clown loaches or painted glass. I have really enjoyed these fish.

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Savannah Wells - 2003-10-06
These fish are really pretty and they are easy to mantain,but you might want to kep a good eye on them when you have baby fish[fry].

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Bailey - 2003-10-01
I had 2 male Opaline Gouramis that chased each other constantly. I found another home for one of them, and added a male Pearl Gourami, 2 Rainbow Fish (male and female), and 3 Harlequin Rasboras. Everyone seems to be getting along fine so far. The Opaline Gourami nipped at the tails of the Rainbow Fish at first, but seems to have settled down now. The 20 gallon tank now consists of 1 Pearl Gourami, 1 Opaline Gourami,2 Dwarf Gouramis, 7 Neon Tetras, 3 Pristella Tetras, 2 Rainbow Fish, and 3 Harlequin Rasboras. So far everything is going well.

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Bailey - 2003-09-28
These are my favorite fish! I have a 20 gallon tank with 2 Dwarf Gouarmis, 3 Pristella Tetras, and 6 Neon Tetras. It is a very peaceful combination. The Gouramis are quite tame, and come to the top of the tank looking for food every time I open the lid. Their orange and blue colors are quite striking, and they are very interesting to watch.

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Bailey - 2003-09-28
I have a 20 gallon aquarium with 2 dwarf gouramis, 3 Pristella Tetras, and 6 Neon Tetras. Everything was going along great until I went to a pet shop and the guy told me I could add 2 male Opaline Gouramis with no problem. BIG mistake! Although they are still young, one of them chases the other one constantly. They do not seem to bother any of the other fish, just each other. A friend of mine has an aquarium, and hopefully one of them is going to a new home SOON! The guy at the pet shop told me that Opaline Gouramis are not as aggresive as the Blue Gouramis, but I have since read that Opaline Gouramis are simply a color variation of the Blues. Hopefully no one else will make the same mistake that I did.

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chris - 2003-09-23
I have 2 honey gourami, sorry had.One was slightly bigger than the other,(both male) the larger seemed aggressive at times, usually feeding time.I found the smaller of the two upside down in one of the plants this morning! Was this the work of his tankmate?

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Bailey - 2003-09-18
I have a 20-gallon aquarium with 2 male Dwarf Gouramis,7 Neon Tetras, and 3 Pristella Tetras. They all seem to get along well, but the smaller Gourami harasses the bigger one.

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