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White Diamond Discus Fish - 2-3 inch $39.95 $16.95
by DUC HUYNH Date Added: Saturday 15 September, 2007
Bought eleven discus from Keith yesterday and they all arrived alive and all extremely healthy like they have just came out directly from his tanks, no damaged fins, white patches, or blacken bodies like my previous two purchases from two different sellers. All 11 discus were eating blood worms (not thing can resist them) after only four hours, unreal. The Red Melons, under T5 6500K lighting, were on fire like I've never seen before and I kept saltwater fishes as well, almost like Keith has painted them himself with the reddest paint he can find. The Brilliant Blue Diamond was just an eye catching/attention getting even far away from the tank. The Ruby Red Confettis were just magnificent with their stunning blood-red body patterns (dots/wiggle line combination) against a beautiful turquoise skin background. The dirt cheap AquaGreen Scribbles, bought as fill-in fishes for the purpose of reducing potential aggression, were just a nice greenish splash of colors against others. Keith needs a better camera to show better pictures as his discus look much better in real life. Thank you very much for your beautiful and healthy discus, not to mention one of the lowest prices out there, Keith/Somethingsphisy. Duc H.
P.S. A trick I learn from saltwater on reducing nitrate is deep sand bed (DSB) - yes, it works for freshwater as well but you have to use inert ceramic substrates (I bought mine from Drsfostersmith) due to increased surface area vs. standard freshwater media where they are usually coated with a shinny coating "to reduce dust and mineral leaching" and thus insufficient surface areas for bacteria colonization. I used to struggle with Nitrate through massive water changes but just a simple 4-5 inch of inert ceramic substrate/cylinders stacked up at one end of the tank, slopping down to about 1/4 length of the tank, has made it zero (undetectable) Nitrate level ever since (just don't vacuum/disturb it or Nitrate will spike for a few day; Nitrite will still be zero, of course) and my two original discus which are as big if not bigger than my hands are still as happy as ever. Just my 2 cents on the Nitrate topic which is kind of discus peculiar.

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