They’re back! The Ghosts are back. But these are not your common “Ghost of Christmas Past”. These are Red Spotted Ghosts, a very unusual and unique discus created by Robert Lim! So what is a Ghost Discus? They are large, at least 5.5″. Here’s a description from North American Discus Association…”In 1988, Ghost Discus, a mutation of the brown, is discovered. … Ghosts do not have vertical stress bars on the body, but may have partial bars on the eye and tail, will have predominately white eyes (may have some red pigment) with black pupils.” They have been used to breed a number of barless varieties commonly found today, including Blue Diamond. We have had yellow face ghosts, blue face ghosts, but these are spotted ghosts. They are red/brown in color, some with very nice halos, and varying amounts of spots.