Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Neon Blue Discus

Discus (Symphysodon spp.) are a genus of three species of cichlid freshwater fish native to the Amazon River basin. Discus are popular as aquarium fish and their aquaculture in several countries in Asia is a major industry. Discus belong to the genus Symphysodon, which currently includes three species: The common discus the Heckel discus , and a new species which has been named Symphysodon tarzoo. However, a further investigation published in August 2007suggested that the genus held

The Blue Discus Fish - Symphysodon Aequifasciatus in a tropical freshwater planted aquarium

Discus fish prefers a temperature between 28C to 30C, which is hotter than many other popular freshwater fish such as guppies. They are a shoaling fish, which means having a single, lonely Discus is a terrible idea. It may live, but it won’t thrive and it won’t be happy. Since the Discus are relatively big fish, you will need a large aquarium so they can swim and play around. An estimate of 10 gallons per Discus is preferable, and you will most likely need at least 6 Discus per tank in order for them to feel safe. An exception to this is a paired breeding couple, which should be kept on their own as they become really territorial. Air stones are often needed, as the high temperatures mean the natural oxygen content in the water can become too low.

Aquarium Set-up: Is Discus-keeping Right for You?

Freshwater Aquarium Fish - 240 Gallons Planted Discus Tank beautiful 2015 HD Perhaps one of the most challenging freshwater aquarium fish to keep is the Discus. Anyone who is serious about keeping Discus would be wise to do some homework first. This reference list of various Discus books is intended to help you choose the books that will be the most helpful to you. I've listed the books in order of publication, with the most recently published books first. As with many aquarium and fish books, some of the older volumes are still among the best reference books.

How to Keep the Perfect Discus Aquarium - Drs. Foster and Smith

Discus fish are one of the hardest species of freshwater aquarium fish to keep. They prefer very soft, warm, acidic water, and extreme care needs to be taken to ensure that their aquarium parameters remain stable. These fish are extremely sensitive to changes in water quality and temperature and can perish when subject to stress and abrupt changes in water conditions.

Discus Fish for Sale: Tropical Discus and Freshwater ..


Discus is a beautiful fish aquarium freshwater and colorful which makes it a popular choice for those fish lovers and those who like to keep an aquarium.Keeping and caring for Freshwater Discus Fish...Having an aquarium with freshwater fish will enhance the look of your house to a large extent. It is a hobby that has been harbored by fish enthusiasts for centuries. Watching them play and move about in the fish tank can be entertaining and relaxing after a strenuous day at work. Discus fish or well known as Pompadour fish are one of the most sought after fresh water fish today...(continue reading please click an above link)