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Red Dragon Discus Fish 2.5 inch

$49.95

As its name implies, the Red Dragon discus is a bold red color with an unusual pattern of striations, making it one of the most beautiful of the cultivated discus available for aquariums. The cross breeding of various varieties of cultivated discus have resulted in a vibrant red color as well as its combination of striations. The Red Dragon discus has a red-orange face, and the tail end of its pectoral and dorsal fins often show this color as well. Its body is covered with intricately woven and connected red striations over white. It has red spots rather than striations close to its head above its pectoral fin. Both its pectoral fin and its dorsal fin are covered with spots and striations. 

The Red Dragon discus will grow to about 8” long. Discus are known for their round shapes, and the red bold universe discus is not an exception. It is almost as tall as it is long, and its full fins also add roundness to its shape. This boldly colored fish will add a burst of color to your aquarium with its vibrant red markings. Its bright colors will contrast with its peaceful, passive nature, and the bold red universe discus will also contrast beautifully with the green vegetation of the tank. Discus are popular because of their vivid colors, round shapes,  and interesting personalities, and this is one dazzling fish that will be sure to stand out among the other tropical fish in your aquarium. 

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As its name implies, the Red Dragon discus is a bold red color with an unusual pattern of striations, making it one of the most beautiful of the cultivated discus available for aquariums. The cross breeding of various varieties of cultivated discus have resulted in a vibrant red color as well as its combination of striations. The Red Dragon discus has a red-orange face, and the tail end of its pectoral and dorsal fins often show this color as well. Its body is covered with intricately woven and connected red striations over white. It has red spots rather than striations close to its head above its pectoral fin. Both its pectoral fin and its dorsal fin are covered with spots and striations. 

The Red Dragon discus will grow to about 8” long. Discus are known for their round shapes, and the red bold universe discus is not an exception. It is almost as tall as it is long, and its full fins also add roundness to its shape. This boldly colored fish will add a burst of color to your aquarium with its vibrant red markings. Its bright colors will contrast with its peaceful, passive nature, and the bold red universe discus will also contrast beautifully with the green vegetation of the tank. Discus are popular because of their vivid colors, round shapes,  and interesting personalities, and this is one dazzling fish that will be sure to stand out among the other tropical fish in your aquarium. 

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Best Discus Fish ever!

I recently ordered 10 two inch discus from steve, five different varieties. all arrived on time, health, and quickly ready to eat. Quality of the fish was outstanding. All were similar size and there was no runt or small fish that hung back and refused to eat. I rate Steves fish as a five and wish there was a way to rate them even higher - the highest is appropriate.
Posted by Don Helsel on 20th Jan 2018

Absolutely beautiful

This was one of the fish in my most recent order. They all arrived healthy, active, and vibrantly colorful. Each one is as beautiful as the last. They took to the shoal like they had always been part of it. Took to food right away, and they're eating from my hand in less than a week. The color development is already amazing, and the colors have developed even more in just the first week. Very satisfied with my Red Dragon.
Posted by Brian Levy on 16th Jan 2018

Great Healthy Fish

I really like ordering from Mac. The fish always arrive on time and health. This time I purchased the Red Dragon Discus Fish and upon arrival he had taken to the tank as if he was part of the original shoal.
Posted by Ralph on 3rd Jul 2016

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