X-ray of a Pearl gourami fish, Trichogaster leeri

X-ray of a Pearl gourami fish, Trichogaster leeri

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Caption: Pearl gourami. X-ray of a Pearl or Mosaic gourami fish Trichogaster leeri, seen in side view. It has an oval, laterally compressed body (up to 11 centimetres long), a tapered head, very long anal fin and a dorsal fin normally held high. The pelvic fins are modified into two fibre-like structures used for touch and in courtship. Gouramis (subfamily: Trichogasterinae) are popular aquarium fishes. The Pearl gourami originates from Thailand, Malaysia and Borneo, and is one of the most beautiful labyrinthfishes. Magnification: x0.6 at 35mm size. x5 at 8x12".

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Keywords: animal, bony fish, fish, gourami, nature, pearl gourami, pisces, trichogaster leeri, type, wildlife, x-ray, xray, zoology

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