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Red Flame Dwarf Gourami


The Flame Dwarf Gourami is a peaceful and shy fish. If you have a pair of them, the two fish will swim together. Flame Dwarf gouramis are considered labyrinth fish, which means they breathe straight from the air with a lung-like labyrinth organ and need to have access to the water’s surface.

Originating from India, West Bengal, Assam, and Bangladesh, the Flame Dwarf Gourami are native to thickly vegetated waters.

Species – Trichogaster Ialia
Common Name – Flame Dwarf Gourami
Origin – India, West Bengal, Assam, and Bangladesh
Diet – Omnivore, eats algae
PH Range – 6.0 – 7.5
Water Type – Soft
Temperature – Tropical 22°c – 28°c
Breed Type – Egglayer, bubble nest
Current Size – approximately 4cm (Grows to approximately 5cm)
Sex – Un-sexed

Warning:-

  • DONOT ADD FISH TO A NEWLY SET AQUARIUM, CYCLE THE NEW TANK FIRST.
  • DONOT POUR THE NEW FISH DIRECTLY, ACCLIMATE THEM FIRST.
  • READ OUR DETAILED FISH CARE BRIEFING BEFORE PLACING LIVE FISH ORDER.

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Caring for tropical aquarium fish involves several key steps to ensure a healthy environment for your aquatic pets. Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you:

Setting Up the Aquarium:

  1. Choose the Right Location: Place your aquarium in a quiet area away from direct sunlight, drafts, and high traffic to avoid stress and algae growth.
  2. Install a High-Quality Filtration System: Opt for a filtration system that provides mechanical, biological, and chemical filtration to keep the water clean and safe for your fish.
  3. Install a Heater-Stat: Maintain a consistent temperature suitable for tropical fish, generally around 75-80°F (24-27°C), using a heater with a built-in thermostat.
  4. Donot add fish to new Aquarium: A new fish tank should be cycled for 15 to 20 days before adding any new fish to the newly set tank.

Introducing Fish to the Aquarium:

  1. Acclimate Your Fish: Gradually introduce new fish to the aquarium to avoid shock. Float the bag in the tank for about 15 minutes, then slowly mix tank water into the bag before releasing the fish.
  2. Stock Gradually: Avoid overstocking and add new fish slowly over time to prevent overwhelming the filtration system.

Maintaining the Aquarium:

  1. Regular Water Changes: Perform partial water changes regularly, about 20-25% every two weeks, to remove waste and replenish essential minerals.
  2. Monitor Water Parameters: Keep an eye on ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, pH, and hardness levels. Use a water testing kit to check these parameters regularly.
  3. Feed Properly: Provide a balanced diet with high-quality fish food. Feed small amounts that your fish can consume in a few minutes, once or twice a day.
  4. Aquarium Maintenance: Clean the tank, decorations, and substrate as needed. Use algae scrapers and siphons to keep the tank clean without disturbing the biological balance.

Additional Tips:

  • Research Your Fish: Different species have specific needs. Make sure to understand the requirements of each type of fish you have.
  • Plants and Decorations: Include live plants and decorations to provide hiding places and enhance the natural environment.
  • Observe Your Fish: Regularly watch your fish for any signs of stress or illness, such as changes in behavior or appearance.

Remember, patience and consistency are key to a thriving tropical aquarium. Enjoy the process and the serene beauty of your aquatic world!

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