Labyrinth Fish

Betta Fish (Betta Splendens)Betta Fish (Betta Splendens)
The Betta, on average, is 2.5 inches in length. Its body shape is streamlined, allowing it to slip smoothly and effortlessly through open wa...
Blue Gourami (Trichogaster trichopterus)Blue Gourami (Trichogaster trichopterus)
The blue gourami is a robust fish that should be kept with other hardy, but mildly aggressive, community tank fishes. When kept with active,...
Brunei Beauty (Betta macrostoma)Brunei Beauty (Betta macrostoma)
Only specialists should try to keep the fish. Requires painfully pure and very soft water(90% RO), with a strong current, filtration over ac...
Crescent Betta (Betta imbellis)Crescent Betta (Betta imbellis)
Betta imbellis is a good fish for a quiet, peaceful community tank. Males can be kept together in a large enough tank. As with other Betta s...
Moonbeam Gourami (Trichogaster microlepis)Moonbeam Gourami (Trichogaster microlepis)
The common name describes this peaceful labyrinth fish quite well. The Moonlight gourami is silver in color with a green or blue hue much li...
Paradise Gourami (Macropodus opercularis)Paradise Gourami (Macropodus opercularis)
The paradise gourami is a beautiful and intelligent fish. It is available in a variety of colors such as blue, red and albino. The Paradis...
Pink Kissing Gourami (Helostoma temminckii)Pink Kissing Gourami (Helostoma temminckii)
The popular Kissing Gourami, or ‘Kisser’, originates from Thailand, where it is cultivated as a food fish. These days virtually all specimen...
Powder Blue Gourami (Colisa Ialia)Powder Blue Gourami (Colisa Ialia)
The Powder Blue Gourami is one of several different color varieties of the Dwarf Gourami. Aside from their coloration they are the same as f...
Wine Red Betta (Betta coccina)Wine Red Betta (Betta coccina)
Betta coccina is a small red betta found in Jambi (Sumatra), southern Johor and Malakka - in Malakka the species is now extinct - (Malaysia)...
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About Labyrinth Fish

The name of the labyrinth fish is derived from it's labyrinth organ. This organ allows the labyrinth fish to breathe air. Labyrinth fish are usually mouth brooders, but some of them create bubble nests to lay their eggs in. Select a link to the left to learn more about labyrinth fishes.