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Found 3 results

  1. Hi, just wondering if caudopunctatus' are notoriously slow growing or if it's just mine. They are absolutely beautiful fish but they are being dwarfed by everything else in my tank. They are not being picked on or anything, I'm just curious. Thanks
  2. Hi, Long time viewer, first time poster Here's a couple of pics of my neolamprologus caudopunctatus. This guy is about 4cm and he's living with his gf in my display* tank (*fairly scratched) with a couple of different species. he's got his warning stripes out in the second photo cause they just spawned and he's guarding the fry
  3. Hi Fishy folks One of my caudopunctatus pairs has produced fry which have ventured out tonight. Question is do i catch them and transfer to my fry tank now or do i let them take their chances in the tank. Tankmates are Cyprochromis Leptosoma, Xenotilapia spilopterus and some juvie gold alto comps. They are so tiny Thanks DAVE
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