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jimfytakis 05-21-2007 10:45 AM

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:

herefishy 05-31-2007 09:51 PM

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.

j.c fishfan 06-05-2007 07:33 AM

It will be fine.

Just make sure you have a big fry tank for all the babies the multifasciatus will be producing

Jamie :D


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