(Lepidiolamprologus kendalli) “Nkambae”

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Remarks: Lepidiolamprologus kendalli are not very common in the hobby due to their size and aggression compared with other Lamprologines. They have long, torpedo-shaped bodies that mimic Julidochromis. Large spawns are protected well from intruders, and fry are raised by the parents. Their large mouths and streamlined body shape give clues as to their natural prey - other fish!

Scientific Name: Lepidiolamprologus kendalli

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Max Size: 6"

pH: 7.5-8.4

Hardness: Hard

Temperature: 74-82°

Aggressiveness: Semi-Aggressive

Region of Origin: Lake Tanganyika, Africa

Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred

Diet: Flake or pellet

Compatibility: Lake Tanganyikan cichlids, Synodontis catfish.

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