Assorted Discus

  • Discover the captivating beauty of Assorted Discus, the epitome of elegance and grace in freshwater aquarium fish.
  • Keep water conditions optimal with warm temperatures (82°F to 86°F) and slightly acidic to neutral pH levels (6.0 to 7.0).
  • Enjoy their peaceful nature and compatibility with other calm species, making them an ideal centerpiece for your aquatic haven.
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Introduction: Discover the captivating beauty of Assorted Discus, the epitome of elegance and grace in the world of freshwater aquarium fish. These majestic creatures are sure to be the focal point of any aquarist’s collection, showcasing an array of exquisite colors and patterns that will mesmerize onlookers.
Scientific Name: Known scientifically as Symphysodon, the Assorted Discus is a group of closely related cichlid species native to the Amazon River basin.
Water Quality: Creating an optimal environment for your Assorted Discus is crucial for their well-being:
Temperature: Maintain a stable and warm water temperature between 82°F to 86°F (28°C to 30°C) to replicate their natural habitat.
pH Level: Keep the pH level slightly acidic to neutral, around 6.0 to 7.0.
GH Level: The general hardness (GH) should be relatively low, ranging from 1 to 4 dGH.
KH Level: The carbonate hardness (KH) should be kept between 1 to 3 dKH.
Feeding: Assorted Discus are omnivorous and thrive on a balanced diet consisting of high-quality pellets, flakes, and occasional live or frozen foods like bloodworms and brine shrimp.
Tank Mates: Due to their peaceful nature, Assorted Discus can be kept with other calm and non-aggressive species that prefer similar water conditions.
Substrates and Tank Decorations: Provide a well-planted aquarium with driftwood, rocks, and caves to offer hiding spots and mimic their natural environment.
Suitable Plants: Assorted Discus enjoy swimming among live plants like Amazon sword, Java fern, and Cryptocoryne species.
Sexing: Determining the sex of Discus can be challenging, as there are no noticeable external differences between males and females.
Breeding: Breeding Discus is a rewarding experience, but it requires dedication and optimal water conditions. They are known to be attentive parents, caring for their fry diligently.
Maximum Size and Longevity: Assorted Discus can grow up to 6 to 8 inches (15 to 20 cm) in size and have a potential lifespan of 10 to 15 years with proper care.
General Information: Discus are often referred to as the “King of the Aquarium” due to their regal appearance and captivating behavior.
A Fun Fact: Discus communicate with each other using unique body postures and color changes, reflecting their mood and social interactions.
Elevate the beauty and tranquility of your aquatic haven with the breathtaking Assorted Discus, and marvel at their majestic charm and enchanting presence as they gracefully glide through your aquarium waters.


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Care Level


Potential of Hydrogen

pH Level Aquarium pH measures water acidity/alkalinity. 7 is neutral. Fish have pH preferences; maintain ideal levels for their health and stability.

6.0 – 7.0

General Hardness

GH Level GH (General Hardness) in aquariums measures minerals like calcium and magnesium. It affects fish health by showing water\'s mineral content.

1 – 3 dGH

Carbonate Hardness

KH Level KH (Carbonate Hardness) in an aquarium stabilizes pH. It acts like a shield, keeping the water conditions just right for fish.

0 – 3 dKH


Temperature Ideal temperature needed for fish

28°C – 31°C

How long will I live

Life Span

8 – 12 Years

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