A place to discuss the wonderful assemblage of lake Tanganyika cichlids from the tribe Ectodini, like Callochromis, Xenotilapia, Enantiopus, Cyathopharynx and Ophthalmotilapia!
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How would an olive nerite snail be in with my few multifasciatus?
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They are awesome algae removers. I put 10 in a 60" front tank which had a seriously messed up back wall. They cleared it in about 6-8 weeks. I was impressed and have a couple in all of my tanks now. In a small multi tank, 1 or 2 should be adequate. They do lay white eggs all over the place (not always, think it depends on the abundance of the food supply) which are unsightly and which need a fingernail to remove, but they don't hatch.
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