Greetings! I am new to this forum, so I decided to introduce myself. I live in the United States of America, near the capital of California. I have only three aquariums: a twenty gallon standard, a twenty-eight gallon bowfront, and a six-point-six gallon shallow bowfront. I have only recently become interested in the aquarium hobby, so I have not had as much experience as most of the people on this forum. I have successfully bred Mikrogeophagus Ramirezi and Poecilia Wingei, and have had less success with breeding Betta Splendens. I have also had experience with keeping Pterophyllum Scalare and Aulonocara sp. I have recently become interested in Parosphronemus sp. through a local aquarium club, and may be interested in obtaining some of these beautiful fish in the near future. I look forward to many informative conversations in the future!
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Welcome to the IGL!
Parosphromenus are an excellent choice! Beautiful little fish and rewarding to breed, regarding their conservation status(same applies for wild Betta btw). The Parosphromenus Project (a project spun off the IGL) has some members out there in the USA. They probably can help you finding some paros. The Wet Spot tropical fish very often has some species in stock.