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Discus is a genus of cichlids. Their shape, behavior, bright colors and patterns are popular among aquarium hobbyists and called as ‘Aquarium Kings’. It is a luxury simbol among people.


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Discus Fish FAQ

It can be challenging to find a good place online where you can buy discus fish, so we decided to provide you with a list of links where you can easily order high-quality Discus fish online.

While discus fish aren’t incredibly difficult to keep, they do require a larger tank than most other freshwater fish. To learn more about why discus fish are so popular and how to properly care for them, click here.

$5-$50 is a normal price of discus fish in India. Higher-quality discus fish can cost $100 or more.

Aquarium size is an important factor when determining how many discus fish should be kept together. Discus fish grow up to 9 inches and have a lifespan of around 10 years.

A 55-gallon tank is recommended to house two to three discus fish. The water temperature should be 77 degrees and kept at a soft, acidic pH of 6.2 to 7.8.

There are many types of fish that can be kept with discus. A few examples are tetras, Angels, and loaches.

Size is a discus fish’s most attractive feature, as they can grow to be several times larger than other freshwater fish. Most discus reach around eight inches in size, though 10-inch fish are not uncommon.

Discus fish start at around $10 and can go up to more than $500. There are many factors that determine a discus fish’s value, such as size, coloration, and whether it’s male or female.

The minimum tank size for discus fish is at least 55 gallons.

You can keep discus fish with angelfish but it is a tricky process. Angelfish are very territorial and don’t like to share their territory with other fish. Discus on the other hand, are peaceful by nature.

It’s important to feed your discus fish a diet that closely resembles their natural habitat. It’s also important not to overfeed them, since eating too much can cause bloating.

The lifespan of a discus fish is about 15 to 20 years. These fish can live that long if they are properly cared for and kept in an environment conducive to their needs.

Discus fish are tropical creatures, so they need to live in warm water that is kept at a steady temperature. This makes them unsuitable for people living in cooler climates. For the Indian climate it's compatible.

You can buy discus fish from a pet or aquarium store. Pet / aquarium stores that sell freshwater fish typically carry one or more species of discus.

Yes, discus fish can live in any water as long as you keep it clean and maintain a healthy habitat for them. In most cases, tap water is fine for discus fish to live in.

Discus fish are freshwater fish that are from South America. They can live in both hard and soft water, but soft water is recommended. Soft water will help create a lower PH level for discus fish, which is what they prefer.

While discus fish are relatively easy to care for, their special aquarium requirements must be met if they are to stay healthy and grow. Since discus fish have high oxygen requirements, an aquarium with a powerful filter system is required.

Discus fish are a very personable and intelligent species of fish. Unlike other types of cichlids, discus fish are actually quite social and can be kept in groups.  However, it is important to keep only one male per tank as they will fight if there is more than one male present.