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I have a question: I have a couple of discus but I no longer see their eggs…
they have to eat because there is that my 2 discus?
Of course it is quite possible and relatively common.
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I currently 5 Discus. I wanted to know if anyone had been females get along very well? I have two that lay together and act like a real couple discus. But suddenly they repel other.
Is this normal?
Thank you for your answers
Yes, nothing wrong with this kind of behavior.
It's even a thing verified during reproduction because it is not uncommon…
yesterday I bought a discus I acclimated and this morning 2 my discus slapped him and slapped them… Is this normal?
If so called me.
This often happens when the discus are not maintained in fairly large group.
I suggest you read this article:
Hello some of my discus breathe abnormally fast.
I removed the co2. I put an air pump but nothing. My water is perfect and my super well maintained tray. Discus eat well and are well. What can I do ? It worries me a lot.
Thank you kindly enlighten me.
There may be several reasons for this…
We must check your water parameters and guide your research on the nitrite content and / or ammonia (That is often forgotten), also the temperature. Over this one is high and the maximum oxygen content becomes low…
Sure CO2 is cut. Oxygenation energize.
The digestion also increases the fish oxygen demand, maybe you have noted a relationship (?)
An overloaded with organic matter filters breathes and consumes a large amount of oxygen…
We must check all environmental factors and if they are good, then then turn to other causes such as parasitic infestation that such causes excess mucus gill. This has the effect of disturbing the oxygen-fish trade.
But it is generally accompanied by pruritus, the fish trying to get rid of something.
I confess that video gives a better overview of what is called "rapid breathing"…