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How do you sex a paradise gourami? Also what could I put with these guys in a 29G?
Finnage on the males is exaggerated, longer and usually has long "trailers". The male will also color up more when in breeding dress.
I find it had to sex juvies and young adults, but I'm sure that keep them and breed them could sex them at much smaller sizes that I can
Well they are albino so I guess the coloring thing isn't gonna work so well lol. What would make good tank mates?
that would depend on the size of the tank how big is the tank?
What do you currently have in that tank? How many paradisefish? Any pictures of the paradise?
Pretty much, male paradisefish have longer fins, I have seen females with the same amount of coloring as males. I currently have a blue and a black paradisefish and both are males.
You can do most peaceful, non nipping tetras/rasboras/barbs, like a school of 6 to 8 depending on species and size. What is it that you like? I could suggest things until my head falls off, but it is helpful to know if you have an idea or preferance to a fish already. You could do a school of corys or similar small bottom dwellers.
I've gotten 3 paradise' and now 5 panda cories I was thinking along the line of neons. The gouramis get along well for now but I do have plenty of plants for them to distinguish territories in case they happen to be male. There fins don't seem as long as some paradise' that I've seen before so I'm hoping they are female. I was thinking of adding around 6 neons (after a couple eweeks). This won't overcroud me will it?
You should add some more cories! 5 isn't a bad group size, but the larger it gets, the happier they'll be. Generally it's recommended to keep 6+ cories.
Neons should work out just fine, but if I were you I would get black neon tetras, they are wider bodied and can withstand any onslaught of a paradisefish much better than a neon tetra. Also, they tend to be more active IMO.
Wild caught also tend to me a lot shyer (as they are aware that predators actually exist!). Pandas are almost always captive bred just for reference.
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