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    New phone and seeing how this tank turns out with it.

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    Nice!

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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by xKevinx View Post
    Nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Sabucchi View Post
    Very nice
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    Will be freeing this tank of some plants and fish very soon. Want to give the discus more room. Others do say leave it, but I want more room for the discus.

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    Your discus are beautiful. I like the rams and cardinals too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pices View Post
    Your discus are beautiful. I like the rams and cardinals too.
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    Thank you. Consistent large water changes did them well. I have learned so much about the care of discus here, that one would never really know about. They aren't huge but a decent size and very healthy thus far. I never really had a hitch with them. There is no pulling punches here, which I like very much.

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    I learned everything about discus here too and I’m still learning. I finally started a discus notebook.
    Your discus have nice shapes and eye ratios. That you did it in a planted tank is even more impressive. How long have you been growing them out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pices View Post
    I learned everything about discus here too and I’m still learning. I finally started a discus notebook.
    Your discus have nice shapes and eye ratios. That you did it in a planted tank is even more impressive. How long have you been growing them out?
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    Thank you, but they weren't raised in a planted tank. I got them as 2.5-3 inch juvies and grew them in a 40 breeder for about 5 months and then put them in the 90 still bare bottom. I can't really remember when I first added plants. I removed plants and then put them back.....lol. Removing some again.

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