Estacblished neolamprologus leleupi, possible to add more?
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Estacblished neolamprologus leleupi, possible to add more?

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Estacblished neolamprologus leleupi, possible to add more?
Old 03-05-2011, 10:32 PM   #1
 
Estacblished neolamprologus leleupi, possible to add more?

I have an already established single neolamprologus leleupi, and i would love to add more, i have read that they mainly stay in pairs. I would love to add just one more and get them to pair up, but i have no idea how to sex these.


What would be the right number to add to hopefully get a pair? or How do i sex these guys?
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:50 PM   #2
 
as with most fish species of fish the brighter, more vibrant fish will be the male. however, a lone male will not be as bright and vibrant as a group of males because he has no competition. also, unless you have a tank to move the male too when the female spawns, I wouldn't advise attempting to pair and breed these fish.
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