Planning Keeping Discus in planted setup is always a challenge. Careful planning is key to success. Discus love deep water column where they slowly move up and down. So, height and depth of tank come handy. Next would be habitat design.
It’s been a while since we shared with you about getting started with a 200 gallon Amazonian hardscape. Today we’re delighted to announce the beginning of a series of posts covering this whole design and setup process from scratch.
They’re finally here! Yes! The 200 gallon 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft tank (0.5 inch thick glass) and its 36″ x 36″ x 30″ pine wood stand have arrived. The discus, small fish and driftwoods finally have a place to call home ! Time to get started with designing the interiors of our 200 gallon Amazonian… Read more →
Marine or Freshwater: such a popular question for aquarium hobbyists, right? Both designs have their own unique upsides and downsides; there’s no one single handbook for a better vs. worse comparison. It’s just that marine designs suit some hobbyists better while freshwater aquascaping has its own fan club.
As our upcoming 200 gallon Amazonian Hardscape tank, stand and other accessories are being custom made and the Neon Sapphires are getting immune to California water conditions and growing bigger and prettier with every passing day, it’s high time we start hand picking the aquarium plants and other small fish required to complete the tank ecosystem.
Here’s a quick look at our existing discus fish picture gallery (before the Neon Sapphires arrived).
We got 12 of these Neon Sapphire Discus from Kenny’s Discus. Yay!