Tihshho Posted September 14, 2021 Share Posted September 14, 2021 I've kept Neolamprologus Brevis in the past, but I'm considering trying some Lamprologus Ocellatus or Neolamprologus Similis since one of my LFS just sent out their in bound stock list with them. Since I have my tanks setup for simplicity for breeding they are bare bottom, but wasn't sure if I could get away with shells and zero substrate. I know these species dig to establish territories, but I wasn't sure if littering the bottom with shells would make up for it. Has anyone tried keeping any type of shellies with just shells and no substrate? I have a feeling I know the answer, but I figured I'd ask to gauge different experiences. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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