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Galaxy Red Turquoise Discus Fish 3 inch

$67.95

Galaxy Red Turquoise Discus Fish, this strain is a new twist on an old favorite. It has been selectively bred for its brighter neon blue and red tiger stripes. Like the red turquoise discus fish they are very prolific breeders. Adults will grow up to 8 inches on a diet of frozen bloodworms and krill. This strain is very round and the tiger stripe design flows vertically and horizontally through the body. I like the vivid neon color that this strain displays as an adult. If your fancy is a nice striated discus fish, the Galaxy Red Turquoise is the one that will show off its colors the best and makes a pleasant addition to your discus fish aquarium.

Discus fish are native to the slow and warm tropical waters of the Amazon River. They eat a variety of fresh water shrimp, worms, insects, and aquatic vegetation. In the wild, discus fish colors are limited to a few varieties which are earth tone in color. This helps to protect them from predators by allowing them to blend into their natural habitat. Through selective cross breeding, tank raised discus fish are now available to the hobbyist in a wide range of vivid colors, like the Galaxy Red Turquoise Discus Fish.

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Galaxy Red Turquoise Discus Fish, this strain is a new twist on an old favorite. It has been selectively bred for its brighter neon blue and red tiger stripes. Like the red turquoise discus fish they are very prolific breeders. Adults will grow up to 8 inches on a diet of frozen bloodworms and krill. This strain is very round and the tiger stripe design flows vertically and horizontally through the body. I like the vivid neon color that this strain displays as an adult. If your fancy is a nice striated discus fish, the Galaxy Red Turquoise is the one that will show off its colors the best and makes a pleasant addition to your discus fish aquarium.

Discus fish are native to the slow and warm tropical waters of the Amazon River. They eat a variety of fresh water shrimp, worms, insects, and aquatic vegetation. In the wild, discus fish colors are limited to a few varieties which are earth tone in color. This helps to protect them from predators by allowing them to blend into their natural habitat. Through selective cross breeding, tank raised discus fish are now available to the hobbyist in a wide range of vivid colors, like the Galaxy Red Turquoise Discus Fish.

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The color on this guy was not expected to be so eye popping Great pick by Steve and his patience with my questions is commendable
Posted by Dan Smith on 16th May 2021

I ordered both the Galaxy Red Turquoise and Altum Flora Red Turquoise Discus. They are both gorgeous, arrived healthy and are thriving. I highly recommend this seller!
Posted by Mary Ann on 22nd May 2020

I received my first fish order and was very happy with all fish. They were eating the same night and became part of my other 10 existing school right away. I have ordered from other places and had to treat the new arrivals. Also they were color injected to look like the advertised fish. Macs fish show some color and each day the color becomes more vivid. I liked them so much I ordered another group of 5. Well FEDX kept them in Memphis for 24 hrs and then in Houston for 2 days. When I opened the box I expected to see dead fish. Thanks to the Packaging they were all alive. They left Macs at 11:30 on Thursday and I received them at 3:45 on Monday. Awesome!!! I am ready to place my next order. Like he says try an order and you will be back. Steve kept in touch with me all the way on this late arrival. I advise all to try some you will like them.
Posted by Ray Fessenden on 18th May 2020

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