Brand: BioAquatiX
Product Code: Neolamprologus Multifasciatus
Availability: Out Of Stock
$12.99

Neolamprologus Multifasciatus: is known to be the smallest african cichlids. This shell-dwelling cichlid is endemic to Lake Tanganyika, it is a light tan in color sometime more on the light gray in color.  This fish has multiple vertical darker stripes. They are similar to the neolamprolpogus similis, but are smaller land lighter in color,  Multifasciatus grows to (1.25") and Similis grows to (1.75"-2"). The vertical stripes are not present in the multifasciatus head but are present in the Similis.  All shell dweller cichlids like nice round snail shells where they can hide and breed.  With multiple shell laid out throughout the aquarium, this fish will feel safe and will be interesting to watch. Over time they will breed, form nice small colonies and take care of their young. This fish will do well in aquarium of 10 gallons and up.  It is a hard water species that will need a ph of 7.5 and up, temp of 78-80 would be optimal



Purchase Size: 0.5"


We ship on Monday and Tuesday every week.
There is no box charge.
Orders received or payed on Tuesday will be shipped the following week.
We also use ice/heat when necessary.
We currently do not ship when the weather is below 40 F during the day in the customer area.
BioAquatix reserve the right to determine when is the best day to ship your product when the 
weather and possible other factors are in play.
We do use O2 on all shipments.
We also use ice and heat when necessary.
All fish are purged for at least 48 hrs before shipping. 
We recommend using USPS hold for pick up when the weather is getting cold.
Lows in the 40 F at night
The coldest time for the shipment is in the truck on the final leg of the trip.
All fish are purged for at least 24 hrs before shipment.
No guarantee live arrival when using USPS priority
We do replace the live fish, but customer will pay shipping again.
We only guarantee live arrival on Fedex overnight


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