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Old 10-26-2014, 01:51 AM   #1
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Multi shell dweller tank

My display Neolamprologus multifasciatus (shell dweller) tank

Just moved fish into their new home....tried to divide it up a bit for territories, but nooooo, they all decide the middle section is prime real estate and are currently debating who gets to live where lol

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Wow, nice! I like how you incorporated some hardy plants into your display as well. Most shel dweller tanks are rather blank with sand and sells. Like what you did with yours. What size is your tank?
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Beautiful tank! Nothing new from you sir.. 20l?

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Wow, nice! I like how you incorporated some hardy plants into your display as well. Most shel dweller tanks are rather blank with sand and sells. Like what you did with yours. What size is your tank?
Yeah, just shells is pretty boring, plus the rocks and plants help with territories

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Beautiful tank! Nothing new from you sir.. 20l?
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Thank you....i dont know what a 20l is sorry
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That's really nice! Years ago I bred multies, occies, and stapps; fun little fish
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How many did you get?

Mine were in a 10g...I basically did shells and some floating anachris. Again, this was years ago, excuse the photo quality:
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There is around 8-10 adults (can remember exactly lol) and an abundance of fry
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