Thanks. I got the Red Melons (one you saw eating) cheap, and they are about 10-12cm. The guy selling them was moving to another country, so he sold them to me for $20 each. Normally at that price and type of Discus
, I would be expected to pay around $50-$60 (USD). He had bigger red turqs, but the one I wanted was mating with another Discus
, which they would not seperate.
What kind of Discus
did you get? How many?
You don't have any problems keeping angels and Discus together? |
I don't have issues keeping both of them in my case.
I don't have a problem with my angels and Discus
together, though it's rather weird. I have 2 angels, one with all white ventral fins, the other has one vent white, the other vent black. I had both of them since they were both about 4cm, now they 10-12 cm.
Before I got the Discus
, the one with Black/white ventral fins was the bully. It was an aggressive eater and the first one to swim to the surface towards me when it sees me, since it knew it was feeding time. It liked staying on the left side of the tank, chasing any fish, except for the clown loaches and Gold Nugget Pleco
, away from that side. The other angel doesn't like it's attitude and they would often challenge each other, but still the black/white one would win. The strange thing is, at times, I would often see them swimming together throughout the tank.
So when I moved the Discus
over to the 125 gallon (473 liter) tank, I moved black/white angel into another tank, becuase I was worred about the aggression towards the Discus
. The other angel (all white vent) was fine. Got along with the Discus
, no aggression of any kind.
Eventually, I moved the black/white angel to the 125 gallon tank, along with the Discus
. Both angels challenged each other, as I expected. The strangest thing was the all white angel became the aggressor and only challenges the bully Discus
Your praecox rainbows and harlies don't seem to approach your bloodworms.
They do, but they just don't like my hand being in the tank.