Parosphromenus Juelinae is not listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) but due to habitat loss and degradation caused by deforestation, land use change, and pollution, we can suspect these are similar to the other parosphromenus which are listed are Endangered or Critically Endangered
Parosphromenus Juelinae is a small freshwater fish species belonging to the family Osphronemidae. Best kept in small groups of 3-6 in a 5 to 10 gallon tanks with small blackwater fish such as Boraras or mouthbrooding bettas like Albimarginata and Channoides.
You can find out more information about these fish from our friends at Paro project. https://www.parosphromenus-project.org/en/parosphromenus-julinae
Temperature: 22 – 28 °C
pH: 3.0 – 6.5
Hardness: 18 – 72 ppm
Behavior and Diet:
These fish are generally peaceful and shy, preferring to hide among the vegetation or other structures in their environment. They are omnivores, feeding on a variety of small invertebrates and insect larvae.
Be sure to have the habitat ready before purchase.
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