Also known as the Snowflake discus, was developed in the late 1990s, roughly 1995, by Robert Chin in Malaysia. Of the white strain, the Snow White discus lacks vertical stress bars and is solid white in color. The face may be more yellowish-white and the fins could show some blue. There are no striations on the face or fins. After breeding several Brown discus, he noticed that a few fry were transparent. After aging, these fish became colorless, even including their eyes. Some think the Snow White discus is a strain resulting from a Ghost breed, but in fact we can thank the Brown discus for this creation. There is also the Red strain of Snow White discus, coming from breeding the Snow White with the solid Red discus.