Maybe you don't know the difference between male and female gourami. It turns out, how to tell the difference is very easy, you know!
Knowing the differences between male and female carp can help you in the hatchery process. Thus, seeding can be done properly and produce superior seeds.
You don't need to be confused anymore to tell the difference. This article will thoroughly examine how to distinguish between male and female carp.
Gouramy has the characteristic that it is not "fussy" when it is cultivated, because this fish can live in various environmental conditions and water quality. If you pay attention, you often see gourami swimming to the surface of the water. This is because the gourami has a labyrinth-shaped second gill which functions to take oxygen directly from the air.
Gourami fish are classified as all-eaters. Generally, gouramis tend to choose the type of food according to their age. In the larval and seed phases, gourami eat microorganisms, such as phytoplankton, zooplankton, and aquatic insects.
While in the adult phase, gourami tend to prefer plants, such as azolla, water spinach, and genjer. However, in cultivation ponds, cultivators usually provide cassava leaves, papaya leaves, or pellets for optimal growth.
In addition, male carp has a unique habit, that is, before the female carp lays eggs, the male carp first makes a nest of palm fiber or dry plants in the pond to lay the eggs. After the egg-laying process is complete, the male parent will leave and the nest containing the eggs is guarded by the female parent.
After knowing the characteristics of gouramy, you need to know more about gourami. Here are the general characteristics of gouramy:
You need to understand the differences between male and female gouramy, especially for the gouramy hatchery process. There are several ways to distinguish male and female gourami.
The characteristics of male gourami fish:
The characteristics of female gouramy:
In addition to how to distinguish male and female gouramy, you also need to know the characteristics of gourami broodstock for the spawning process in order to produce quality seeds.
Following are the characteristics of gourami broodstock:
|Weight 2-2.5 kg / head||Weight 2.5-3 kg / head|
|Minimum age 2 years||Minimum age 2 years|
|The bulge on the forehead is clearly visible||The bulge is not that obvious|
|Slender belly||Round belly|
|Sturdy and agile||Reddened genitals|
|If the reproductive organs are squeezed slowly, a milky white liquid will be released||If the reproductive organs are squeezed slowly, nothing will come out|
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