New 120 Gallon Discus Set Up 120 Gallon Tank

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    Brian S Initiate Member

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    6 discus, 3 juvenile, red shoulder severums (in which I plan to trade in for credit towards another discus, two 3” vampire shrimp, two snails (I’ll send a picture later), two juvenile clown loaches, and live plants .. I plan to add 3-4 more discus, 10-20 rummy nose tetras, 5-10 Cory cats, and more plants ... any suggestions?
     




  2. endlercollector

    endlercollector Fishlore VIP Member

    Is that eco complete? I ask because my cories all lost their barbels. No more eco complete for me!
     




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    Brian S Initiate Member

    You know, come to think of it, it is. It’s mixed with black sand. But I haven’t had a problem with it, nor the loaches. Has anyone else had a problem with cories and eco compleat?
     
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    Update IMG_0937.jpg just after a wc

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  5. AquaticJ

    AquaticJ Well Known Member Member

    Are those Neon Tetra? What temp is the water? Looks great!
     
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    Brian S Initiate Member

    Thanks bud.. no I have 24 rummies 9 cardinals*

    The temp is 82.5 right now
     
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    Fashooga Well Known Member Member

    It’s not that they don’t like it. The discus will blend in with its environment.

    The lighter the substrate the chance that it will lighten up. The darker it is they’ll be darker. But do they like it? I’m sure they really don’t care.
     
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