A brilliant turquoise pair with discus fry. Blue/turquoise discus breeding pairs get darker in color when they spawn and raise fry. The fry are attracted to the dark color of their parents and then feed off of their dark sides. Both parents produce a nutritious slime on their sides that their fry can eat. It's important to start feeding the discus fry baby brine shrimp after 4 days of free swimming. The fry can actually kill their parents by eating holes into their sides, causing a fatal infection if they don't get enough food.
Another large size spawn. These fry are easily large enough to eat our turkey heart / sea food fish food.