Chocolate gourami

Chocolate gouramis reach a length of 6 centimetres .

The chocolate gourami, Sphaerichthys osphromenoides, is a small species of gourami. These fish originate from the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo. More

The Chocolate Gourami for Freshwater Aquariums = An Unusual Mouthbrooding Labyrinth Fish - Mar 29, 2009 Douglas DuHamel Although most gouramis are easy-care for the freshwater aquarium, the Chocolate Gourami is sensitive More

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. More

The Chocolate Gourami is a delicate fish that should be housed in at least a 30 gallon tank. It can be prone to bacteria and skin parasites, so good water quality is essential. The Chocolate Gourami prefers a well-established, thickly planted tank, with peat extract. More

I have kept 2 chocolate gouramis for about a month and they are doing great. They have a rich dark chocolate colour and bright golden patterning. They are feeding really well on normal commercial foods, with the occasional squirt of live blackworms. More

One irate chocolate gourami fan accused me of downgrading chocolate gouramis. Why write an info sheet on fishes I do not recommend? I still believe most people should not buy these little cuties (or discus either). Our Iowa water is inimical to their successful husbandry. More

The Chocolate Gourami is a delicate fish that should be housed in at least a 10 - 20 gallon WELL-PLANTED tank. It is prone to bacteria and skin parasites, so very good water quality is required. More

The Chocolate Gourami (Sphaerichthys osphromenoi) is a maternal mouthbrooder belonging to the subfamily Trichogastrinae in the family Osphronemidae. More

The Chocolate Gourami is a mouth brooder and a frugal spawner. The male and female will spawn on the bottom of the tank and the female collects the eggs in her mouth. More

Chocolate Gourami is omnivorous that receive meat and vegetable fish food. You can feed them with tubifex, algae flake, brine shrimp, white worm, and bloodworm. Flake and Pellet food is good too for their supplement. More

The Chocolate Gourami is the most difficult Labyrinth fish to care for. It is extremely delicate and is susceptible to parasites, fungus, bacteria, and disease. The Chocolate Gourami is a short-lived fish. A sub-species, S phaerichthys osphromenoides selatanensis has been identified. More

the two pairs of chocolate gouramis, knowing that a) I would be able to provide a suitable environment for them, and b) that it would make my wife happy. More

The Chocolate 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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view this recently viewed fish The Chocolate gourami is an attractive little fish with a delicate appearance that often entices the fishkeeper to purchase. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Osphronemidae
Genus : Sphaerichthys
Species : Sphaerichthys osphromenoides
Authority : Canestrini, 1860