Osphronemus is a genus of large gouramis, the only genus within the subfamily Osphroneminae. These fish are known as the giant gouramis and are native to rivers, lakes, pools, swamps and floodplains in Southeast Asia, with O. exodon from the Mekong basin.
Osphronemus goramy is a species of large gourami native to freshwater habitats in Southeast Asia. It has also been introduced elsewhere. The species is commercially important as a food fish and is also farmed. It can be found in the aquarium trade, as well. The species has been used for weed control on highly invasive aquatic plants like Salvinia molesta, as the giant gourami can be a voracious hervibore.
It is capable of breathing moist air, so can survive out of water for long periods. It is much larger than most gouramis, growing to a maximum standard length of 70 cm (28 in), though most are only around 45 cm (18 in).
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