So last weekend I drove 2 hours to the closest Aquarium Society Meeting and they had an auction for several things and lucky for me, there were 2 bags of Neolamprologus multifasciatus, Shell dwelling cichlids which I have been looking for off and on for several months. The only place I could find them sold them for 12$ a fish, waaaay too pricy for me.
So I won the auction for 10 of them and 20 shells for 18$!
I've fed them some large carnivore pellets that I crushed up but can anyone recommend a good stable flake/pellet food? The carnivore pellets are expensive and messy. The ones I have seem young so something that would help them grow would be appreciated. I'm debating on whether to try live food or not, still a bit squeamish e.e
Also, does anyone know where I can get more shells for pretty cheap?
I have 25 in there now, would definitely like some more.
I have them in a 10 gallon for now, looking for a 15 gallon for sale as which should house them better.
The tank looks pretty barren though so I was also wondering about some possible tankmates?
Find the fish! IMAG0278.jpgIMAG0281.jpgIMAG0282.jpgIMAG0283.jpgIMAG0285.jpgIMAG0288.jpg
I also needed to share my dog who hilariously went through the garbage. IMAG0275.jpg
She apparently supports Arbys.