Photo #1 - This Is A 5.5 Month Old Malboro Red Discus :)

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Photo Caption: This is a 5.5 month old Malboro Red Discus :)
freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - red marlboro discus stocking in 125 gallons tank - This is a 5.5 month old Malboro Red Discus :)

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Country: Canada
Description: 125gal, 2XEheim 2026proII, Discus, White Clouds, Clown Loaches, Otocinclus Catfish, Sterbai Corycats, Bushynose Pleco, and Amano Shrimps. Crispy Crinums and several types of cryptocorynes.
Advice: Take care of your water and your water will take care of your fish ;)
Fish Kept: Discus, White Clouds, Clown Loaches, Otocinclus Catfish, 4 types of Corycats, Bushynose Pleco and Amano Shrimps.
Corals/Plants: Crispy Crinums, Onion plants, Dwarf Anubia, Cryptocoryne Siamensis, Cryptocoryne Parva, Cryptocryne Walkeri, Cryptocoryne Wendtii, and Anubias Nana.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: I don't have one
About Yourself: Hello, I first got into fish keeping when I fishsat my inlaws two 15 year old fish (plain white Goldfish and a very large Pleco). That did it for me...I was hooked. I now mostly keep Discus and I love the way they watch you as much as you watch them. Happy fish keeping :)

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