Poll

What's your favorite species?

Altolamprologus compressiceps (shelldwelling varieties)
Lamprologus callipterus
L. calliurus
L. caudopunctatus
L. finalimus
L. leloupi (not leleupi)
L. ocellatus
L. ornatipinnis
L. speciosus
L. stappersi (meleagris)
L. wauthioni
Lepidiolamprologus boulengeri
Lep. hecqui
Lep. meeli
Lep. pleuromaculatus
Neolamprologus brevis
N. kungweensis
N. multifasciatus
N. similis
Pseudotropheus lanisticola (Malawian)
Telmatochromis bifrenatus
T. brichardi
T. dhonti
T. sp. "Orange Scribble"
T. sp. "temporalis shell"
T. vittatus
Other
L. signatus

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Offline Alleycat

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Re: Favorite shellie species
« Reply #30 on: December 31, 2012, 08:20:44 PM »
Hey Roberto of Lexington, welcome to ShellDwellers !! 
So you want to see a pic of the fish we voted for or just pictures of the fish on the list?
In nature multiple species typically do not live in the same niche in the same location. If they do cross paths, they will compete since they are filling the same role in their ecosystem and compete - eventually one will succeed while the others will cease. Welcome to evolution.

Offline LambethGirl

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Re: Favorite shellie species
« Reply #31 on: January 04, 2017, 10:29:55 PM »
I second that, I'm totally new to shell dwellers (this is my first post, I've been lurking.) Learning as much as I can whilst setting up a tank and trying to figure out which species is for me. I'd really like to see pictures of the fish you are talking about  :)

Offline jerrytheplater

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Re: Favorite shellie species
« Reply #32 on: January 05, 2017, 09:12:06 PM »
I second that, I'm totally new to shell dwellers (this is my first post, I've been lurking.) Learning as much as I can whilst setting up a tank and trying to figure out which species is for me. I'd really like to see pictures of the fish you are talking about  :)
Have you posted in the Setting Up for Shelldwellers section? Ask your questions there. Maybe we can help out.
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