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The Pearl Gourami is a timid species that generally keeps to itself. However, it can become territorial and aggressive when other fish of its genus are present. For this reason, it is recommended to house this fish in an aquarium of at least 30 gallons, as smaller tanks lack the adequate space for the fish to establish its own territory. Furthermore, since the Pearl Gourami is a carnivore, it is important to avoid introducing invertebrates into the tank as they would be potential prey. With the right environment and care, this species can make an interesting and unique addition to any freshwater aquarium.
The Colored Filefish is a beautiful and interesting addition to any saltwater aquarium. It is important to remember that this fish can be challenging to feed, especially when it is first introduced to its new environment. To ensure success, it is recommended that frozen or live shrimp be imbedded into coral rock, allowing the Filefish to feed from the coral. Additionally, its diet should include a variety of foods such as shaved shrimp, squid, scallop, mysis shrimp, freeze-dried krill, and frozen marine algae. It is essential that the Colored Filefish be fed no fewer than three times a day to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. With the right diet and environment, the Colored Filefish will be a beautiful and interesting addition to any saltwater aquarium.
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