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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

meet 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 this logo:

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Cen­sus Octo­ber 2017
Find the Syn­op­sis, (made by Ben­jamin Wilden) in the menu Census.
This time, Rafael Eggli has col­lected the data from the Syn­op­sis, and cre­ated a com­men­tary and report, which
illus­trates in an inter­est­ing way the sta­tus and threath to each species.
Please find the PDF file to this arti­cle here

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