Dwarf Cobalt Blue Gourami’s native to South Asia, are a great addition to a community aquarium as they are vibrant and stand out. They are an easy to keep tropical fish that like a planted tank with some hiding places. Most dwarf gouramis live for about four to six years; with proper care, they can live longer. Dwarf gouramis are generally peaceful fish—unlike the much larger standard gourami, which can become aggressive. Dwarf gouramis do well in most community aquariums and are compatible with most fish, such as Platies, Mollies, Plecostomus, Ghost Catfish, Tetras, and other docile fish. They require a tank that can hold at least ten gallons.
- Community fish
- Very happy and friendly male