OakenGoby Posted November 8, 2022 Share Posted November 8, 2022 I have a 10 gallon shallow (24"x14"x7"-336 sq. inches of sand). The tank has about 10 Neolamprologus Multifasciatus, which have sections off the four corners of the tank to start their families. I've seen babies around 3 of the 4 groups. The tank is scaped with a few pieces of Seiryu stone, sand, and probably 40 or so shells. Although everyone is happy and thriving so far, I wonder if removing the rocks to provide more sand space for digging and rearranging the shells would be a better option. Another benefit for me as their keeper would be I could see the entire colony rather than just the two in front two corners. My initial thought was breaking up line of sight would be best, but everyone seems to be living happily together. I also have some Val that is slowly creeping around, so that should help some with the line of sight issue. Here's a picture of the tank from a few months ago. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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