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<H1>Breeding Neolamprologus leleupi?</H1><DIV id=Qtextbox><P><STRONG>Author: TALLNEV</STRONG><BR><BR>I bought 7 Neolamprologus leleupi recently and put 2 of them in a 4ft tank not knowing if they are male or female?. Over the last 3 days one of them will not leave a cave which faces the back of the tank. Do you believe that it would have eggs in there? And should I move the rock to find out.Should isolate the area. Remove other fish?

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Please help!

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Fish is definately alive.

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Tank has a pair of P. Saulosi. the two leleupi's and some guppies

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TALLNEV

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Nth Manly, Sydney

<br></P></DIV><H2>Replies »</H2><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: nogo4u</STRONG><BR><BR>I am in the exact same position as you.

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My female from my pair has been missing for the last couple of days, Im pretty sure she is sitting on a bunch of eggs. But I think its best not to disturb them. If u need to get the fry out later, just siphon them out when free swimming.

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Andrew

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Hurstville, Sydney

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evo_kwan@hotmail.com</P></DIV><DIV id=Atextbox><P><STRONG>Author: YeW2001</STRONG><BR><BR>Hi Nev -

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The pair behaviour (hanging out together, chasing off other fish etc) of Neolamps is fairly obvious. You should find if they have some cover near the cave they will be able to defend it quite well.

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N. leleupi have big teeth.

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In fact, I'd guess some of your other fish could be in serious danger of being killed (your tank is only 4').

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I assume you mean P. saulosi

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-- YeW</P></DIV>

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