Honey gourami

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The Honey gourami lives in the benthopelagic, freshwater, pH range: 6.0 - 8.0, dH range: 5 - 19 environment.

One established, the Honey Gourami is a beautiful fish and very desirable for a smaller aquarium! The Honey Gourami are pretty little fish that are fairly easy to maintain. They are not as popular as their close relative the Dwarf Gourami. More

* Honey Gourami - Males have beautiful bright orange-yellow color. The females are plain, have slightly shaded brownish orange body with a silvery fluorescent glow. More

The "true" Honey Gourami is so drab in comparison, that customers will refuse them and store workers may assume they are all females. More

Colorful and timid the Honey gourami is more demanding than most and is best kept with slow peaceful species. Once established they will add a splash of color seldom seen in the freshwater aquarium. More

The Honey Gourami (Trichogaster chuna), is a tropical labyrinth fish of the suborder Anabantoidei often bred and kept for aquaria. More

Honey Gourami Gold (Colisa chuna "Gold") - A profile of the Honey Gourami Gold (Colisa chuna "Gold")> * Most Popular * Latest Articles Add to: * iGoogle More

Honey Gouramis are very cute little gouramis that you just fall for when you see them in a pet store. They move in a darting fashion and will explore everything through-out a tank (unless a large harrasser is present). More

Breeding Honey Gourami and Raising Fry (Opens a new browser window for members of Aquarium-Club.com) Other Gourami Species (Opens a new browser window for members of Aquarium-Club.com) General Aquarium Reference Books: Track Shipments U.S. More

Buying Honey Gouramis on sale. Trichogaster chuna, Colisa sota. Honey Gouramis for Sale Buy tropical fish and goldfish for sale at AquariumFish.net, where buying aquarium fish is easy. Tropical Fish Breeding. Buy tropical fish and goldfish for sale at AquariumFish. More

Honey Gouramies are colorful, attractive, fish that like to be kept in schools of 5 or more. More

As many of you know, the Honey Gourami sold in stores is not actually Colisa chuna but a color variety of probably C. labiosa. More

My three gold honey gouramis on 7/14/01. More

Honey GouramiThe Honey Gourami is a peaceful fish which can live in a community aquarium, but they are often better in a species aquarium, as this allows the male Honey Gouramis a chance to establish their own territories and to develop their full colours. More

Honey Gourami Information Search Gallery Fire Honey Gourami, Colisa chuna The Honey Gourami originates from India and Bangladesh. It is known by the scientific names Trichogaster chuna, Colisa sota, Colisa chuna and Trichopodus chuna. More

Chuna family, the Honey Gourami is a fish found in Bangladesh and India, which can grow up to 30cm (12 inches) in length. They should be in water that has between 24 and 26C (between 75 and 79F) and is either medium/hard or soft. More

discovered my dwarf honey gouramis turning black/gray! I'm not sure of the exact breed or species, as the pictures don't really match a honey Gourami. Nonetheless, the fish are eating (and excreting) properly and not lethargic. Just an odd color change. More

Common names

Chuna in Bengali (বাংলা)
Chuna khailsha in Bengali (বাংলা)
Honey dwarf gourami in English
Honey gourami in English
Honigfadenfisch in German (Deutsch)
Honiggurami in German (Deutsch)
Honinggoerami in Dutch (Nederlands)
Honninggurami in Danish (dansk)
Honungsgurami in Swedish (Svenska)
Hunajarihmakala in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Prętnik trójbarwny in Polish (polski)
Sunset gourami in English
Trichogaster chuna in Italian (Italiano)
চোনা in Bengali (বাংলা)
চোনা খৈলশা in Bengali (বাংলা)
恆河毛足鬥魚 in Mandarin Chinese
恒河毛足斗鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Osphronemidae
Genus : Colisa
Species : Colisa chuna
Authority : Hamilton, 1822