The Dwarf Gourami is one of the littlest and most prominent individual from the Gourami family, which likewise incorporates the Moonlight, Honey and the Three Spot Gourami. Dwarf Gouramis are local Asian fishes.
You would find them in streams where the water is slow-moving and the substrate has a lot of vegetation. The anal and dorsal blades start in the frontal piece of the body and stretch out almost to the fan-formed caudal balance.
Male Dwarf Gouramis are more beautiful and somewhat bigger than females when developed. A few shading variations have been reproduced however, some of these coloured variants are females as well.