Blue Face Discus
The blue face discus is a rare strain of discus. It resembles the snakeskin discus but has a blue face with a unique body pattern.
The blue face discus is related to the wild caught heckel discus but it is not a wild caught fish. This fish is a cross between a blue turquoise discus and a heckel discus gene.
Like all other domestic discus fish the blue face is a schooling fish. therefore it is recommended that you keep it discus groups of at least 6 discus.
Like all domestic discus the blue face prefers warmer water in the temperature of 84-86F degrees.
The blue face diet requires high protein discus flakes, pellets, beef heart flakes, blood worms and black worms.
This is a must have discus for the true discus fanatic.