Licorice gourami

The Licorice Gourami is one of the smallest and most beautifully colored labyrinth fish. The male is much more brightly colored than the female, especially during courtship. More

The Licorice Gourami makes a great addition to the accomplished hobbyist's tank. The Licorice Gourami requires a well planted tank of at least 20 gallons or larger. It needs soft, slightly acidic water with good filtration. More

The Licorice Gourami requires a well-planted tank of at least 20 gallons or larger. It needs soft, slightly acidic water with good filtration. It is a peaceful, gentle fish, but does best in a species only tank. More

I was not successful in my hunt for the licorice gourami but I had found many other fish. More

The Licorice Gourami is a cave breeder. After spawning, the male will take care of the nest and chase away the female. The larvae will hatch after 72 hours in water temperatures of 77°F, and will be free-swimming within 6 days. More

Licorice gourami ( common name ) let's test your knowledge! Parosphromenus ornaticauda ( fish name )slovensky , français Share pictures of your fish! Upload them now! * Maximum size in aquariums (min-max): 2 - 3 cm ( More

A small stream where licorice gourami was discovered for the first time in western Batang Kayan basin!!! The female(?) licorice gourami, Parosphromenus sp. (around 3cm) Parosphromenus sp. More

The Licorice Gourami is an omnivore and prefers both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide these fish with the proper nutrition. More

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This little Licorice Gourami species comes from the eastern Malaysian Peninsula and north to South Thailand where it inhabits slow moving streams and swamps. Barely an inch in length it is a timid little cave spawner, preferring soft, acidic water. More

find the licorice gourami except some common blackwater fish. More

kray19-09-2005, 04:25 PMI thought Licorice Gourami is the common name for Parosphromenus deissneri? Or it is commonly used for other species of paros as well? - stormhawk19-09-2005, 05:00 PMIt's a generic common name used to refer to the paros. P. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Osphronemidae
Genus : Parosphromenus
Species : Parosphromenus deissneri
Authority : Bleeker, 1859