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Volume II – March 1995 – Issue 1


The Significance of Aluminum Toxicity to the Aquarist
By: Horst W. Köhler, Germany
Tips for the Aquarist
By: Engelbert Mayer, Germany
Reducing the pH Value, But How? – Part II
By: Hanns-J. Krause, Germany
Examinations of Discus Fish
By: Dr. Petra Kölle and Dr. Rudolf Hoffmann
Catfish in the Discus Aquarium
By: Barbara Bremer and Friedhelm Schulten
Report from Malaysia: First Penang International Discus
and Gold Fish Competition and Show ’94
By: Phang Teik Beng
Commentary: Breeding “Pigeon Blood” Fish
By: Horst W. Köhler


Volume II – June 1995 – Issue 2


Discus Study Group: Symposium VI
by: Mary E. Sweeney
My Planted Discus Aquarium
by: Gerhard Grieseler, Germany
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
BOOK REVIEW – “Adventures with Discus by Hans J. Mayland”
by Lee Finley
Problems with My Wild Discus – Part 2: Resistant Pathogens
by Horst W. Köhler, Germany
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
Breeding your own Daphnia
by Uwe Harms
Translator: William Charlton
My Experiences in Breeding “Pigeon Blood”
by Otto Harringer
Translator: William Charlton
Controversy Between Datz and Diskus Brief Regarding
the Jack Wattley Article
by Horst W. Köhler


Volume II – September 1995 – Issue 3


Are Discus Fish Objects for Collection or Exchange?
by Ralf Bünte, Germany
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
Formalin as a Medication in Fresh Water Aquariums
by Sandra Lechleiter, DVM
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
Epitheliocystis Among Discus, The New Plague?
by Dr Petra Kölle, DVM and Prof R. Hoffman, DVM
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
Diskus Brief Participated in 1995’s Largest European
Aquarium Trade Show
Impressions From Singapore’s AQUARAMA ’95
by Nathan Chiang
Discus Fishes in my Planted Tank
by Klaus-Peter Müller, Germany
Translaror: William Charlton


Volume II – December 1995 – Issue 4


Ten Years Ago: The Origin of Diskus Brief
by Horst Kohler
Translator: William Charlton, USA
Thanks and Congratulations…
by Walter Heine, Dusseldorf
Translator: William Charlton, USA
Egg Fungus – A Common Problem in Discus Breeding
by Roland Fischer, Germany
Biologist and member of DISKUS BRIEF’s scientific
advisory group.
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
How Important is Activated Carbon Filtration with
Reverse Osmosis?
by Burkhard Ramsch and Beate R. Sellner
Biologists with AquaCare – Aquatic Systems Research,
Herner Strasse 10, 45699 Herten, Germany.
Translator: Paul Ceroke, USA
Interesting Wild-Caught Rarities
by Ralf Battenberg
Translator: William Charlton, USA
My Planted Discus Tank
by Harry Reim
Translator: William Charlton, USA
Garlic (ALLIUM SATVUM) As An Anti-Nematodal Agent
in the Genus Symphysodon
by Terry Fairfield, BS