A very nice description of a new method to determine the sex of your discus. This description is a summary of the original article that appeared in Diskus Brief magazine. Thanks to Jeff Richard for the contribution.
Do-it-yourself CO2 injection by Derek
Heath & Len Trigg
This article was originally published in the November issue of "Aquarium World" and is used by permission.
"Water for Discus" by Mary Ellen Sweeney (former longtime editor at TFH)
An informal survey of reverse osmosis (RO) units including comments from various people on the net. Compiled and permission obtained by Toni-Ann Mistretta.
19 Simple Steps To Artificially Rearing Discus Fry By Jeff Bodin
Karen Sabolcik contributed the following two articles. The first one is about the need for journaling, and the second is about her experiences using discus foster parents.
Are you Interested in changing the curser on your Intel compatible PC to being a discus rather than an arrow? Karen Sabolcik contributed the following program (she didn't author the program, but she added the discus curser) for your computing pleasure. Download Now
Two articles by Kai Schumann on raising your own artemia or daphnia.
Tales of a beginner by Steve Eslinger.
Keeping discus is like an infectious disease. Once you start in the hobby, your fishroom grows and grows! In order to help curtail the cost of buying more tanks, some are resorting to building their own. Here is Ian Buckley's experience with building your own tanks.
Planning on using tubifex worms? Be forewarned.
A short simple method of raising discus fry artificially contributed by Jeff Leach.
A report on discus breeding activities in Hong Kong.