Species group: Gouramis
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Scientific name: Betta enisae
The Blue Band Mouthbrooder is a member of the Osphronemidae, (Gourami) family of fish, and inhabits slow moving, peaty streams and ponds on the island of Borneo. It is a mouthbrooder, and feeds on small insects and crustaceans, and zooplankton.
In captivity, Betta enisae does best in a dimly lit, planted tank with acidic water conditions.
frozen shrimp, large pond, medium sized cichlids