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Thread: Neolamprologus Multifasciatus (Shell Dwellers)

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    Staceym's Avatar
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    Cornwall, PE

    Neolamprologus Multifasciatus (Shell Dwellers)

    This year has been crazy busy for me! I took the summer off from fish keeping all together. While having no fish I took some time to reflect on the hobby, what about it makes me happy and what did I enjoy keeping most.

    The fish that really brought me deep into this hobby was Tanganyika cichlids. So naturally, I went back to where it all started. I checked Spencers list, he had some Multi's coming in so I just had to have them! I got a new 10 gallon tank, got all the necessary equipment, built a stand and was ready by the time the fish arrive in Spencers store.

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    I used crushed coral for substrate to help assist with ph, escargot shells and red lava rock as I like the way it looks with the shells.

    I purchased 8 Multi's. Forgot how exciting it was to have fish arriving at the airport! The anticipation while opening the was like being a kid at Christmas time!

    I love the set up, but they have quickly outgrown their space.

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    Don't mind the mess! They are small but mighty and won't let me get my hands in there for cleaning with all them babies. I got them a Christmas present from 1Fish 2Fish, a 30 gallon breeder (36x18x12). I love the low profile. I have yet to start the new project. I am trying to decide on filtration, if I want a canister or corner poret sponge filter.

    Is anyone else keeping Tangs these days?
    Last edited by Staceym; 01-01-2020 at 02:00 PM.
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    They are neat :)



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