Assorted Dwarf Gourami

  • Sale
  • $15.00
  • Regular price $19.00
Tax included.


  • Current size: 4cm in length.
  • Adult size: 5cm in length.
  • Omnivore, but primarily eat protein foods.
  • Temp 22 to 28c

The Assorted Dwarf Gourami is known for its peaceful and timid nature, often seen swimming alongside its pair. As a type of labyrinth fish, it relies on a lung-like labyrinth organ to breathe air from the water's surface.

 Despite their common name, "dwarf," they grow to a maximum length of two inches. Males, slightly larger than females, display a predominantly blue color with minimal red on the body, featuring pointed dorsal fins. In contrast, females maintain a duller silvery blue-gray hue and lack the vibrant colors of the males.

Assorted Dwarf Gouramis are known for their blue-dominant appearance with hints of red on the body, representing a color hybrid of the Assorted Dwarf Gourami. This hybrid features bright orange-red bodies with turquoise blue vertical stripes extending into the fins. Another variation is the Flame Dwarf Gourami, characterized by almost solid red bodies and solid blue dorsal fins.

Typically peaceful, these gouramis can coexist with other non-aggressive species, preferably those not too large or brightly colored. Tankmates may include peaceful, small schooling fish and most bottom-dwelling species, such as dwarf cichlids and small tetras.

Gouramis can be skittish in noisy environments, so it's recommended to keep them in a quiet location with ample vegetation, including floating plants covering part of the water's surface. They thrive in a neutral pH range, with water hardness between 4 to 10 dGH and an ideal temperature of around 25°C.

In their natural habitat, gouramis feed on small insects, larvae, and algae. In aquariums, they readily consume flake food, freeze-dried options, frozen foods, and vegetable tablets. A balanced diet includes periodic feedings of live foods like worms, particularly for breeding pairs.

Males, larger and more vibrantly colored than females, develop elongated dorsal and anal fins as they mature. In contrast, females have shorter, rounded fins.

If you have any questions or problems feel free to contact us!

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)

Postage costs
All small products, plant or snail orders are $3.99 flat postage. Very large products, plant or snail orders are $10.99 tracked postage.
Express is a flat $13.99 no matter the order size (I will cover any extra for free).
Live Goods and Postage
All live goods are sent with express post for a flat $13.99. Purchases for the week will be cut off SUNDAY - 8pm. All orders placed after that time may be sent on the following week.

Pickup
Pickup is from our store located at: 153/313 Harris St, Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW. Please let us know before you come after placing your order so we can confirm it will be ready then.

Terms and Conditions
We will refund or replace any livestock that arrives DOA (Dead on Arrival) but cannot guarantee your order will arrive on time since we have no control over the postage service. If you have any issues with your order please let us know.

Enjoy!