I would advise not to add a dwarf gourami with a honey dwarf gourami. The honey gourami is very shy and much smaller than the dwarf gourami, and the dwarf gourami is prone to being very agressive. Depending on your luck, you might get a gourami with a nicer temperment. I wouldn't suggest it though.
yes .they can even breed
Snakeskin gourami was created in 1910.
Not really. There will be some bullying in the tank if the gourami is bigger than the dwarf gourami. Usually the dwarf will be left lone but there is usually fin nipping.
im pretty sure they will if the conditions are right
Put them in separate tanks
the gourami is probably sick and going to soon die (from my past experience's)
No, a blood parrot fish is a very aggressive fish. The dwarf gourami is a community fish. The parrot fish will attack the gourami and chance it can get. Keep them in separate tanks.
Most of the Gourami family are fairly short lived fish only lasting around 5 years.
The kissing gourami Helostoma temminicki comes from the far east. It is reported to be found in parts of India and Malaysia
The Kissing gourami (Helostoma temminckii) is of a completely different species from the Opaline gourami (Trichogaster trichopterus). They are totally unrelated. The Opaline is the same species as the 'Three spot, Blue, Gold, Platinum they are all colour sports and these can be bred together. However the cross you have mentioned can not happen. The name Gourami is a name that has commonly been applied to many fish of many unrelated species and in general means a fish that has a labyrinthine system for breathing.
I do not know if your Golden Gourami has a disease or not. Maybe if you explained why you think it may have one and describe the symptoms I could help.
These are a 'sport' of the Blue or Three spot Gourami (Trichogaster trichopterous) the male will grow to around 5.5inches the female may be an inch longer.
$10 to $20
You can have oscars and gouramis together, but the only exeption is that you have to to get them when the oscar is smaller then the gourami. You should not get a dwarf or honey sunset gourami with them though,
Origami, chamois, clammy, whammy, gourami
I have a blue gourami with my gold
mollies and gouramis cant interbreed
i feed mine topfin.
as long as the tank is big enough and there is enough visual barriers in the tank, it would be fine to keep thoughs species together.
Gar, Gourami, Guppy,
females give birth.