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This species was imported from Europe on 10/19/2018. The juveniles are absolutely stunning. The pictures do not show how beautiful this species really is. L. nkambae is often mistaken for L. kendalli due to their similar characteristics especially as juveniles. L. nkambae have a more blue color on the face and fin edges. L. nkambae also has more pearly dots on the face and body. L. nkambae are jumpers so make sure to have a fully enclosed top. They will try to eat any fish that will fit in their mouths.  

Scientific Name: Lepidiolamprologus nkambae

Common Name: None
Origin: Lake Tanganyika - Southern Tip
Diet: Carnivore
PH: 7.6-8.6
Temperature: 76-82F
Maximum size: 6"-7"

Recommended tank size: 55 gallons - 4ft tank
Recommended breeding colony: A breeding pair
Difficulty: 3 (1-5 with 1 easiest) 
Breeding Method: Mouthbrooder
Breeding Difficulty: 2

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Lepidiolamprologus nkambae

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