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Sparkling gourami eyeing up bucephalandra flowers.

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Namaste, the clue is in the title.
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Funny thing is they chase the small shrimp if they venture out in open water but don't actively hunt them when they're chilling on the plants.
 

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I love them, great little critters, they remind me of my cat curiously, maybe because the ones I had were voracious predators and would tackle and kill shrimp twice their size
I think maybe your Buce flower will be safe though ;)
 

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Not sure how long these flowers last but it's still there after a week and seems in no rush to open.
I think the dwarf neon was feeling a bit left out so thought I'd include a photo of him eyeing up the buce.
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For the conesuerss. Vallisneria spiralis tiger, p gayi, ludwigia repens rubin.
 
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