Royal Blue Discus View Cart You may change your account settings, including your Billing & Shipping Addresses, Credit Card Information, as well as Express Checkout status.
0

FREE SHIPPING on Aquatic Life $99+ | Aquarium Supplies $19+
See details
Royal Blue Discus
(Symphysodon aequifasciata)
Royal Blue Discus Due to variations within species, your item may not look identical to the image provided.
On Sale SAVE up to 29%!

Quick Stats

Minimum Tank Size 55 gallons
Care Level Moderate
Temperament Peaceful
Water Conditions 79-86° F, KH 3-5, pH 6.1-7.5
Max. Size 6"
Color Form Blue, Yellow
Diet Carnivore
Compatibility View Chart
Origin Captive-Bred, South America
Family Cichlidae
What do these Quick Stats mean? Click here

Overview

The Royal Blue Discus is a relatively new color of the wild South American Discus, being a brilliant blue coloration. The overall coloration of Discus will vary depending on mood and overall health of the fish. Discus are among the most popular aquarium fish.

Discus originate from a habitat of shaded water with branches and other dense cover and this habitat should be duplicated in the aquarium. High quality water conditions (warm, soft, acidic) must be maintained.

Becoming slightly territorial when breeding, it is best to breed an established pair, or maintain a group of young Discus and allow them to pair themselves. Warm, soft, slightly acidic water is required for spawning. The pair will clean a flat surface (usually a broad leaf or the side of the aquarium) prior to spawning. The parents must not be removed from the fry; the fry feed on their parents' mucus.

Largely carnivorous, Symphysodon aequifasciata prefers freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, pellet food designed for Discus, high-quality flake food, and meaty frozen foods.

Approximate Purchase Size: Medium: 2" to 3-1/2" Large: 4" to 6"

Customer Testimonials

Ivan G Hollywood , CA
A beautiful fish. mine is very sweet and knows right when I turn the light on, its feeding time. It has formed a little group with my rainbow fish and congo tetras. i'd be lost without Kesha ( my discus )
1-1 of 1 testimonials