Colisa sota, the honey gouramie, is one of my all-time favorite fish. Peaceful, small (but with attitude), colorful and intelligent. The fish in this video are third generation in my fish room. The male is tending a nest, and the fry from this spawn are now large enough to sex out. I gave the pair in the video to a friend who wanted to try spawning them, so when the fish I have now breed they will produce a 5th generation. This species must be genetically robust, because all I have ever done is spawn a single pair to get a new generation to work with and I have not seen any indication of reduced vitality in the line or any deformities. My original pair, four years ago, were wild-caught fish. I see this species infrequently in fish stores, but when they are there the price is reasonable and the quality looks pretty good. This is a good species to work with if you want to try spawning a gouramie.