I previously posted a video showing the Lake Tanganyika shell-dweller Lamprologus ocellatus ‘gold’. They share a 50 breeder aquarium with the larger and upper space-oriented Paracyprichromis nigripinnis. This is one of my favorite ‘cyps’, because is stays a bit smaller than the Cyprichromis species and is not as aggressive. And they are strikingly pretty. A showing male is a dark pink with neon blue edges. They really stand out in a tank. This species is a mouth brooder, but my fish are just getting to the size that I expect them to start spawning. Hopefully there will be some females with eggs soon.