Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami Fish | Pet Research

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The Blue Neon is a peaceful community cichlid. They are very peaceful toward other fish and their gregarious nature allows them to be housed with non-cichlids. They will work with Featherfins or sand dwelling Lake Tanganyikan fish.
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Breeding the Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami is not too difficult, but the behavior of the males can be somewhat unpredictable. Sometimes during the courtship and after building the nest, a male may consider females to be rivals and bully them. So the plants are essential for the female to have places for retreat.Like most fish in this family, male Dwarf Gouramis are bubble nest builders. In an aquarium you will see a cluster of bubbles on the top of the water. Once the nest had been built the male will begin a courtship display, usually in the afternoon or evening. He will flare up his dorsal fin and begin swimming around a female. The male ultimately embraces the female turning her on her back. The female will release the eggs and the male will immediately fertilize them. The eggs are lighter than water and float to the top. The male will pick any not in the nest in his mouth, and put them in his bubble nest. The eggs will hatch in about 12 - 36 hours and the fry will be free swimming in about 3 days.A more complete description of breeding these fish can be found on the profile. Also see breeding techniques for the family in: . Also see for information about types of foods for raising the young. Vector neon blue fish in the sea. Glowing cartoon funny fish
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The Neon Blue Tux Guppy requires a tank with at least 20 gallons of water, and is very tolerant of changing tank conditions. Plants should be hardy varieties such as Java Fern and Java Moss that can handle the increased hardness in the tank. Other peaceful fish would make good tank mates.The Neon Blue Tux Guppy requires a tank with at least 20 gallons of water, and is very tolerant of changing tank conditions. Plants should be hardy varieties such as Java Fern and Java Moss that can handle the increased hardness in the tank. Other peaceful fish would make good tank mates.The Neon Blue Goby is a fish that has the function of cleaning other fishes in the wild. This little neon goby removes small parasites from the other fish and perhaps that keeps them from being eaten by larger fish. The larger fish recognize the service the Neon Goby provides and usually leave them alone. They have black bodies with an electric neon blue stripes running the length of their body.Determine your fishes' gender. Males are slimmer with a straighter neon blue line. The females have a slightly crooked neon blue line with a more full body.The neon tetra (Paracheirodon innesi) has been a popular aquarium fish for decades. It's low price, vibrant red and blue coloration, innocuous nature and hardiness contribute to its popularity. Despite its hardiness, it takes intermediate skill as an aquarist to spawn neon tetras. The first step to getting neon tetras to spawn is to identify their gender. This is not difficult, and requires only observation of the fish and a bit of knowledge.



I am ecstatic that you have added this breed as a selection! I have been working at maintaining discus for two and half years now. I have finally achieved success with this breed of fish. My tank consists of Neon Blue Discus, Pigeon Blood, Turquoise, and more common varieties. All of the varieties I have, I got when they were about the size of a quarter. Now, several of them will be at full maturity this year. I have a seventy-gallon tank in which I perform weekly maintenance and upkeep. I also maintain an infirmary rather than treat the larger tank. The maintenance and upkeep are a small price to pay compared to the beauty and tranquility this breed offers. I would recommend to anyone who is interested. Try it!