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    Quote Originally Posted by MandyK View Post
    Rule #1 -- 1 Gourami to a tank unless EXTREMELY HEAVILY planted, and it's risky even then.
    so basically you're saying that a community of gouramis in 1 tank is not possible? even though its 200 ltr?

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    0 Not allowed!
    so basically you're saying that a community of gouramis in 1 tank is not possible? even though its 200 ltr?
    Yep. Exactly. Exceptions may be made for Pearl Gouramis which are quite gentle (usually, not always) and can be kept in large tanks of groups of 1 male to a couple of females. And Honey Gourami which are pretty docile too.

    Dwarf Gouramis and Three-Spot Gouramis -- not so much. They just generally don't like other gouramis. They are not social in the wild except when breeding.

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