Because females are hard to find, I assume you have 2 male Dwarf Gourami.Handyzane101 said:
School of Mellow tetras maybe 10 neons, bloodlines, or cardinals . Ive kept a dwarf guarami with redeye tetra but that probably is at the top of activity they will like. A Gourami may not enjoy say Silvertips as tankmates as they are nuts (trust me I have 20)Handyzane101 said:I recently got two dwarf gourami fish and put them in a 20 gallon tank. I was wondering if there are any fish I could put in there with them that would eat the same food and get along.
I actually have a male and a femaleDunk2 said:Because females are hard to find, I assume you have 2 male Dwarf Gourami.
Keep a very close eye on them. Having more than 1 often doesn’t end well due to aggression.
I dont, every time I try they swim away or the pic comes out blurry. I can describe them tho. I don't know which is female and which is male but the fish store guy said its a male and a female. One is like a orange with blue stripes and orange dots. The other is yellow on the top and gray on the bottem with a black line going threw the middle of its bodySanDiegoRedneck said:Do you have picture of Male and female?
jake37 said:Kuhli loaches. Kuhli loaches go well with (almost) everthing. I recommend 7 kuhli loaches. They are like the best little underwater thingy you can find. Don't get the black one; they need orange to do well. The black ones always don't do well.
ok thanks. I don't think I have a big enough tank for them tho
Hi there, don't mean to butt in but do you mind trying to snap a pic of this one? The description doesn't sound like any dwarf gourami I knowHandyzane101 said:The other is yellow on the top and gray on the bottem with a black line going threw the middle of its body