This is a beautiful Parosphromenus nagyi couple directly in the
moment of release of the egg from the female during spawning.
These small fish are barely four cm big.
Endeavours to breed the Parosphromenus species is a task which is taken on
by many members of the Parosphromenus Project.
This fantastic photo was taken
by our member David Jones from USA.
On these pages you will m
eet friends of the highly endangered
Licorice Guramies, small labyrinth fishes of the genus Parosphromenus
from the peat swamps in South East Asia.
Here you will find all important informations about these jewels from the rapidly
disappearing primary forests in Malaysia and Indonesia. At the same time you
will learn all about the Parosphromenus-Project, which you can recognize by
Become a member and take part in this, one of the first international
projects which is not just about keeping fish for pleasure,
but also about how to preserve them for the future.
8th of January: We apologize for some delay with the Census Report, but it is now available online, and will be send out shortly to all via mail.
P. nagyi pair. Photos by David Jones