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Community neolamprologus leleupi

Postby xdoomsongx » Tue Feb 25, 2020 3:24 am

Getting back in to the hobby after some time away. Wanting to keep a tang community. I have always wanted to keep N. leleupi, but for some reason I haven't. Setup a 75 gallon that's in the middle of cycling. I would love to keep N. Leleupi, and I'm open to suggestions for other fish. I've kept a number of tangs in the past, but never a community of them. I was wanting to keep some shellies, but read that the leleupi could be predatory with them. I'm open to suggestions. I was thinking maybe some julies and cyps. Would the leleupi be too aggressive to keep in a community? I kept N. brichardi, and the pair that got together were absolute terrors to the ones left until I could find an interested party for them. Thanks for your thoughts, really looking forward to having fish again.
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Re: Community neolamprologus leleupi

Postby DJRansome » Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:44 am

I would expect julidochromis, leleupi and cyps to work in a 75G.
125G Borleyi, Multipunctata
75G Demasoni, Msobo, Lucipinnis
75G Calvus, Similis, Petricola
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Re: Community neolamprologus leleupi

Postby xdoomsongx » Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:54 pm

I will give it a shot. Thanks for the feedback.
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Re: Community neolamprologus leleupi

Postby sir_keith » Tue Mar 03, 2020 5:20 pm

DJRansome wrote:I would expect julidochromis, leleupi and cyps to work in a 75G.


I agree.
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