Yea one of my angels always does that and she knows when i do a water change they will be exposed to air....
To funny while doing a water change yesterday I decided to move some plants. With my arm in the water the rams started biting the hairs on my arm. Within a min all the discus were pulling at the hairs and I had to pull my are out. Guess they thought they were black worms. New challenge now when changing water .jinjerJOSH22 said:Word of warning.
Be careful when doing prolonged maintenance! If you leave your arm in there longer than 5 minutes they may spawn on your arm
Thanks! Figured you would like the blue.RollaPear said:I'm one that loves the blue but you already know my bias
I went back and looked at your rose red to see the contrast between then and now and the stress bar are far more pronounced currently. The good news is that there is an easy fix. You need to break sightlines. Manzi wood works perfectly for this or a large rock or two with no sharp edges.
Discus are fast but not nimble. In my experience the discus being chased/bullied learns to shake off aggression pretty easily with a break in sightlines. Also making the chosen spawn area more "private" seems to help with aggression.
I hope some of the above helps.
Also what are your nitrates like with the duckweed?
Thank you! I acutally have not picked up a name yet for him / her. Any suggestions? I may take your suggestion.RollaPear said:My preference aside your Red is a stunner too. Does he /her have a name?
I'm looking forward to your Monday
I like it! I mean he has literally been through war. Lol, but then should there be an alpha?RollaPear said:I would go for Omega
In greek mythology means "War" or "Been through war" depending on who is doing the translation.