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I've noticed Gold Gourami's in the store once more, and just wanted to get a word of caution out. The 35G is, I think, really only for multiple ones. Any less then that, I and I would treat them like Betta's, ONE PER TANK! Although they probably wont kill each other, they will bully one another, even the females. I put a male, alone, in a 10G tank, and he is doing fine. But two female 3inchers in a 15g are having trouble getting along. They are beautifull though.
I strongly recomend them as a solitary centor point of a small fish aquarium.
|Posted 19-Apr-2009 07:02|
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Those Gourami require big tanks 4ft+ they can get rather big. They require plenty of space and plenty of plant cover. If they are confined to a small tank some can become very aggressive.
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|Posted 19-Apr-2009 08:59|
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