The Dwarf Red Honey Gourami, Trichogaster (Colisa) chuna, is a unique fish falling into a category called (Labyrinth Fish), meaning they need to access the waters surface to breath. This absolutely stunning fish is a great addition to any fish tank due to their unique orange/reddish color. Male and females in this species appear with the same coloration with males showing more red during spawning.
The Red Honey Gourami is a peaceful fish getting along with a large variety of tankmates. During spawning the males will create a bubble nest and court the female, during this process eggs will get distributed into the bubbles, males can become aggressive when guarding this area and the females may need moved.
The Red Honey Gourami can reach a max length of around 2 inches. They are accustom to shallow water with lots of vegetation. They prefer a planted aquarium with plenty of hiding spots.
We feed our fish a mix of frozen, live and prepared foods including daphnia, baby brine and cyclops. We also supplement their diet with a mix of Northfin Veggie and Community.
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