Photo #1 - My Discus - 2 Silver Dollar, 7 Gold Fish, 2 Sucke...

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Photo Caption: My Discus
freshwater fish - symphysodon aequifasciata sp. - discus stocking in 100 gallons tank - My Discus
fish tank picture - 6x3x1 feet

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Country: India
Description: My tank is 6 months old, its 3 feet in height, 6 feet in width, and 1 foot in depth, i have white gavel with an undergravel filter, one bio filter, an external Eihim filter, and oxygen pump, in plants i have 3 water lillies, some drift wood to make water soft, some cylindrical fancy tubes for my blackghost to play with.
Advice: If finance is not a problem, and u want to stick to a freshwater set up, then Discus and Blackghost are the best fishes to keep. But be aware that external filetr is a must, as the water must be spotless clean at all times for the Discus variety.
Fish Kept: 2 silver dollar, 7 gold fish, 2 suckers, 3 blackghost, 7 discus.
Corals/Plants: a huge bunch of artificial coral , 3 water lilly plants
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Discus Rocks !!!!
About Yourself: i am a jeweller based in Mumbai dealing in certified solitaire diamonds since the past 150 yrs, i am in the hobby of fishes since the past 10 yrs, i personally like dicus and blackghost

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