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This study examined the effect of underground water on reproduction-and growth-related hormones in blue gourami males under non-reproductive and reproductive conditions. An increase in the percentage of males building nests under the highest percentage of underground water were compared to fish that maintained a lower percentage of underground water in the first two days. The % Gonado-somatic index (GSI) of males building nests was higher than nonreproductively active males in water containingdoi:10.4236/abc.2013.31016 fatcat:oke2kzodifeyzce5jms7btg55e