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Neolamprologus multifasciatous+yellow labidos
Hi! I am thinking of re-setting up my 120L tank into african.I would like this combination:Neolamprologus multifasciatous+yellow labidos .I know the first is a shell dweller and both have the shame requirements in water chemistry and temperature.However i dont know if they will get on well.I dont have the intention to make a biotopical tank.I also know that the first is from tanganyka and the second from malawi.I will provide many shells and stones for labidos.But please tell my,is there a chance that labidos would kill neolamprologus.The possible combination is 3labidos(1m+2f) and 7neolamp(2m+5f)Is it ok or i would have problems?
Ps> Sorry i have been too long but I dont want to make mistakes
2nd Ps!!!>Sorry my poor english!! :oops: :oops: :oops:
The yellow labs are somewhat peaceful for an African cichld while my multifasciatus' can be more than an adequate match, as far as tenacity, with fish 2-3 times their size, especially at breeding time. Just provide plenty of cover in the form of caves and rock outcroppings. And shells for the multifasciatus.
It will be fine.
Just make sure you have a big fry tank for all the babies the multifasciatus will be producing
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