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White Butterfly Discus Fish 3 inch

$74.95

White Butterfly Discus Fish boast a pinkish hue over a creamy white body. As they grow, the body fills in with the white color, and at less than 18 months are 95 percent solid. This strain is very round, but lacks the high fin that some of the other strains commonly have. Their eye color is between orange and red, which makes the eye stand out against the rest of the body’s color. Black has been bred out of the White Butterfly Discus, making it a very clean. In a green planted aquarium this discus fish stands out in grand beauty.

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 White Butterfly Discus Fish.

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White Butterfly Discus Fish boast a pinkish hue over a creamy white body. As they grow, the body fills in with the white color, and at less than 18 months are 95 percent solid. This strain is very round, but lacks the high fin that some of the other strains commonly have. Their eye color is between orange and red, which makes the eye stand out against the rest of the body’s color. Black has been bred out of the White Butterfly Discus, making it a very clean. In a green planted aquarium this discus fish stands out in grand beauty.

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 White Butterfly Discus Fish.

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My white butterfly is amazing. Such amazing colors and it's still a juvie. Total attention hog. Which is a really great thing. I got this fish plus one of the six fish deals. They're all amazing. This is one of my favorites though.
Posted by Brian Levy on 2nd Dec 2017

This discus is a great color already, I cant wait till it grows up.
Posted by undefined on 8th Nov 2017

The fish I ordered arrived today, they were healthy and beautiful, I had to order more:)
Posted by Pete on 5th Jun 2015

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