he pearl gourami (trichopodus leerier) is a freshwater labyrinth fish that hails from Southeast Asia. It’s also referred to as the lace gourami and mosaic gourami by some. In their natural habitat, the pearl gourami spends most of their time in the top half of whatever body of water they’re in. This is typically in acidic waters such as swamps but they have been known to find their way out to more stagnant tributaries, low rivers, and lakes from time to time.


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Scientific name Common Name Size Temperament
 trichopodus leerii Pearl gourami  120mm Peaceful
 Water Temperature Water pH Tank size Diet
 25-28 oC  6.5-8.0  120 liters Omnivores