Sounds about right.jinjerJOSH22 said:
yes I'm still working on that guide my dear, this little tidbit is included in it.
Trichogaster is the correct, modern genus name. Colisa is the old name used for this genus (Honeys are often still labeled Colisa Chuna instead of Trichogaster Chuna. The latter is correct, the former defunct).
Trichogaster genus includes the species:
Lalia - Dwarf
Chuna - Honey
Fasciata - Banded
Labiosa - Thick-Lipped
and one of the larger ones that are more uncommon, either Pectoralis (Snakeskin) or Moonlight maybe whose latin name I don't know by heart.
Trichopodus includes LeeriI (Pearl) and Three Spot (sorrynoidea). Trichopsis are the vittata, schellerI and pumila, the sparkling and croaking gourami.
I think that's all of the commonly traded ones right? owo I feel like I'm missing something.