03-05-2012, 12:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Timothy 1998 cremer
Thanks for helping me understand Byron
i really needed that :) so is it possible to keep neons and discus together at 29 degrees?
No. 29C is 84F, way too high a temperature for neons that really shouldnever be above 25C/77F max. I would also suggest 82F as better for discus [Jack Wattley says this, and he knows more about discus that any of us].
With discus, a better fish is the cardinal tetra. It is a bit larger so less likely to be eaten (discus may eat small fish), but it does fine in warmer discus-type temperatures. And the water parameters match too.