Discus spawning and the first days after hatching of larvae is a time of rest for the aquarist, but also the time of preparation for the next stage of the breeding – feeding fry. Since the laying of eggs by a pair of discus we have 9 days off – it will take three days incubation of eggs, three days larvae discus will need to absorb the yolk sac, three days the fry will feed only their parents’ skin secretions.Więcej »
Welcome to Discus fish in Aquarium website designed for aquarists who keep discus fish in their aquariums, as well as for all those who want to know what gossip aquarists ;).
Discus .. well, probably with a candle would have to look for the aquarist who saw the adult fish and do not feel the thrill .. On the following pages of this website I will try to explain you results of my own and not only my own experiences and thoughts resulting from keeping of discus – my point of view is certainly in some part subjective, but in each case supported by the facts.
Nicknamed “The Queens of Freshwater aquarium, even though it sounds somewhat pathetic – in my view fully to the fish should be. Recently appeared Although many of the trends promoting discus as hmm .. fish for the masses, but personally I see this merely as marketing exercise practiced by some non-breeders traders because you simply can not force the change of discus needs and behavior.Więcej »
What size should be aquarium for discus?
Large fish need a large enough tank. Size of the aquarium for discus plays an important role for two main reasons – first reason is that, like most cichlids, discus are territorial fish. In an aquarium large enough, each adult discus (or matched pair) has more or less constant territory and tries to defend it against other fish, even stronger than them, which can be easily observed during feeding.Więcej »