Special: Discus (Symphysodon spp.)

Special: Discus (Symphysodon spp.)


Different variety of Discus available for special order. Import from Malaysia. Also available: Certified Discus Pairs. Please contact us for any inquiries.

Blue Strains
Blue Diamond, Blue Scorpion, Blue Diamond Snakeskin, Cobalt discus pairs
 

Red/Orange/Yellow Strains
Marlboro Red, Pigeon Bloo, Checkerboard Pigeon Blood, Carnation Pigeon Blood, Gold Melon, Yellow White, Millennium Gold, Golden Butterfly, Yellow Crystal, Red Golden Diamond, Royal Ruby Red, San Merah, Red Passion, Super Red Passion, Mandarin Passion, Royal Ruby Red, Red White, Red Melon, Super Red Melon, Rose Red, Rose Red Intermediate

White Strains

White Diamond, Snow White, White Butterfly, White Butterfly "Throwback", White Scorpion

Striated Strains

Snakeskin, Tiger Snakeskin, Altum Flora, Fine Line Snakeskin, Tiger Turquoise, Checkerboard Turquoise, Red Turquoise, Brilliant Turquoise

Spotted Strains

Red Spotted Green, Leopard Snake Skin, Golden Leopard Snake Skin, Golden Leopard, Penang Eruption, Super Eruption, Eruption Leopard

Albinos

Albino Golden, Albino Snake, Albino Alenquer, Albino Turquoise, Albino Red/White, Albino Yellow White, Albino Snow White, Albino Checkerboard Pigeon, Albino Red Golden Diamond (Solid and Striated), Albino Pearl Diamond, Albino Cobalt, Albino Blue Diamond, Albino Pigeon, Albino Royal Blue, Albino Red Spotted Green, Albino Millennium Gold


Information 
 
Discus fish are very difficult fish to own. They’re extremely susceptible to disease, have a particular diet they like to eat, and have specific habitat requirements that need to be fulfilled. Despite their popularity for many aquarium owners, discus fish can be a bit of a challenge to raise and own.

Tank Requirements and General Info: Discus fish are bright colorful tropical fish, which is why they are so darn popular in today’s home aquariums. In general, they play nice with others and make wonderful additions to most people’s tanks. It should be noted that discus aren’t that aggressive so be careful with selecting other fishy companions to go with them.

In the wild, discus fish are native to the Amazon River basin running throughout the majority of South America. Their native environment should be taken into consideration when setting up the tank. Discuses require a higher temperature water setting then most other tropical aquarium fish, somewhere around 28 degrees Celsius. The pH level is also critical and should be around the 7 range.

Health and Disease: The biggest problem for most tank owners have with owning discus fish is combating disease. Discuses are very prone to everything so you’re going to constantly be cautious with everything. Water changes must be frequent, tank must be cleaned as well, and fish that carry any illnesses must be taken out of the aquarium immediately to insure the safety of you fish.

Breeding: Breeding discus fish can be even more of a challenge than keeping them alive. The tank water and habitat must be changed in order to properly breed them, discus fish will only mate under certain conditions. They also tend to be very nurturing and like to watch over the young. Both reasons are why it’s often suggested to have a separate breeding tank for your discus fish.

You get a free specialized Discus food and breeding cone for every purchase.  Different Discus variety are subject to availability depending on the latest stock, please contact us at service@globalaquaticsinc.com

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Garra Rufa Breeding Kit

Global Aquatics Inc. offers you a new and exciting package: The Garra Rufa Breeding Kit.

Garra Rufa Fry
Garra Rufa can be an amazing addition, particularly if you are in the fish hobby. If you have a few Garra Rufa and would like to have more, then this package is definitely for you. 

It is hard to describe the feeling you get when you see those brand new baby fish swimming around your tank for the first time. 

Before you attempt to breed any fish, however, you need to set up the proper environment for those fish to spawn. 
Garra Rufa Eggs

Difficulty of breeding Garra Rufa is from medium to expert level

This Garra Rufa Breeding kit will include everything you need to start: 
Garra Rufa , Garra Rufa Vitamins (to promote breeding), Garra Rufa Fish Food, Special Formulation for the fry, Breeding Tank, Rearing tank ( for the fry), Heater, Sponge Filter, Thermometer, Plastic Mesh Fish Net, Aquatic Plant (Hornwort, Cabomba), Comprehensive Brochure and Information CD

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To inquire about this breeding package, please contact us at: service@globalaquaticsinc.com

 

Exotics Special: Datnioides

Exotics Special: Datnioides

  • Siamese Tiger Fish aka 'Tai Guo Hu', Wide Bar Datnoid, ST
    ( Datnioides Pulcher )
  • Indonesian Tiger Fish 'In Ni Hu', Indonesian Datnoid, IT
    ( Datnioides Microlepis )
  • New Guinea Tiger Fish, New Guinea Datnoid, NGT
    ( Datnioides Campelli )
  •  Northern Thailand Tiger Fish, Thin Bar Datnoid, NTT
    ( Datnioides Undecimradiatus )


Datnioides available for special order. All stocks are from Singapore, Japan and Taiwan. Please contact us for any inquiries. Subject to availability.


Information:

Datnioides, also known as tigerfishes, are the only genus of fish in the family Datnioididae. Planted tanks are preferred when still small. All tiger fish will turn unstable and blackish when stressed. This can be due to water condition, space constraints or bullying by other fish (even of the same species). 

Being predatory, they should not be kept together with peaceful fish. Tigers generally can grow quite fast if proper care and food is given to them.

Breeding: Not likely to breed in captivity. 

Water Conditions: Tigerfish generally thrives best in waters of pH 7.0-7.5. Not less than 5.5

Temperature: 24-28 ºC or 75-82 ºF

Feeding: Live fish as this is their natural food in the wild. They can also be fed with commercially prepared food such as shrimp, worms , chicken meat and pellets. Provide a good variety of diet

Compatibility and Tankmates: They can be kept with other tigers, provided some considerations are taken into account such as feeding frequency and tank size. They can also go along with: freshwater stingrays, Asian Arowanas, Bichirs, Flagtails
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