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I've been reading across websites and encountered this article. New species for you to beat anyday.:tongue: :wink2:
 

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They are beautiful! So where/when can I get one? :wink:
 

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they need to be in groups and get 8" in diameter, so....probably not so much!
 

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i suggest you research discus, they are quite beautiful! I don't have any yet but have a 90gal just waiting for 'em!
 

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wow...i bet you will have a very pretty tank! yea..i am pretty new to having fish..thats why i joined this forum so i will know what to do. thanks!
 

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I'm "re-born" into fish and am just restarting the hobby after a 8ish year hiatus. But, lets not clutter the post! Good luck!
 

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oh no prob, just didnt want us to ruin blue's thread by going off topic. but welcome to the forum.....there are some great people here who would be happy to answer any of your questions!
 

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wow...pretty. i dont see the red spots theyre talking about tho..

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One of my four wilds looks exactly like this description

"Symphysodon tarzoo differs in colouration from other Discus species by the presence of red spots on the anal fin and the body and stems from a different mitochondrial lineage to the forms of Discus from the eastern Amazon."

I was wondering why he didn't look like the other three. He's a wild with measles! :roll:
 
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