Discus Fish For Sale
Welcome to Discus Fish Sales
Discus Fish Sales are one of the UK's NO1 specialist breeders and suppliers of discus. With over 10 years experience, providing excellent discus fish for sale to the hobbyist and tropical fish keeper at affordable low prices and now with licenced England/Wales mainland overnight delivery. Bred by ourselves in tap water keeps the costs low enabling us to pass the saving on to the customer.
WHEN USING A DISCOUNT CODE DO NOT ORDER THE FOOD, IF YOU ORDER 5 PACKS THEN 10 PACKS WILL BE SENT OUT. FOOD MAY NOT APPEAR ON THE INVOICE BUT WILL STILL BE SENT OUT. IF A DISCOUNT CODE IS NOT USED AT CHECKOUT IT CANNOT BE REDEEMED AT A LATER DATE.
Fully Licenced by East lindsey district council Licence number PS9800
Never kept them before? We can advise on set up, water and everything to do with keeping them please dont hesitate to use the contact us page for any info you would like to know.
Our aim is providing excellence to all our customers from simple advice right up to supplying top discus fish. Our expertees goes from simply keeping discus fish right up to breeding them. We are proud to say we are in a minority of breeders who can hand rear them.
We strive to keep as many strains of discus available as possible giving a large choice of discus fish, choose from including checker boards and blues and many more strains of discus. If there's something we havent got we will surely try our best to fulfill your requirements, we are only happy if your happy.
Discus fish are tropical fish their natural habitat are the ponds and rivers around the Amazon river basin in South America. Discus fish are flat in appearance and the extended fins gives them the disc shape hence "discus" as their common name. In good health they should live around 8 to 9 years years and discus fish can grow to 9 or 10 inches round, making them discus shape and look really superb, the colourful oranges, reds and blues make them an absolutely stunning fish to have in any aquarium. Discus come in many variants, with such a choice to choose from sometimes its difficult to choose which discus to have in the tank. Kept in a community tank they will do well with most community fish, tetras and such like make good tank companions. Discus though are better kept with at least 3 or 4 in one tank, it seems it just wouldn't be right keeping one on its own. Discus are quite a sought after fish and a few in a tank with their explosive colours sets any tank alive!!!
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