Neolamprologus is a genus of cichlid fishes endemic to eastern Africa with all but one species occurring in Lake Tanganyika. It is the largest genus of cichlids in Lake Tanganyika and also the largest genus in the tribe Lamprologini, which includes Altolamprologus, Chalinochromis, Julidochromis, Lamprologus, Lepidiolamprologus, Telmatochromis and Variabilichromis. This species is best housed in at kept a four-foot aquarium of 55 gallons or larger and a tight fitting cover since they are adamant jumpers.
  • Altolamprologous calvus (gold) - regular

    Scientific Name: Altolamprologus calvus (gold) The common gold calvus is a mildly aggressive substrate spawner that is a small fry predator. The calvus also feeds on insect larvae and small crustaceans. Their specialized laterally compressed mouth allows...


  • Lemon Cichlid- regular size

    Neolamprologus leleupi, also known as Lemon Ciclid, is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Tanganyika where it is only known from the southern half of the lake. It is a recess-dweller, inhabiting cracks and crevices.


  • Neolamprologus brichardi regular

    N. brichardi is notable in a number of ways. This fish is a substrate spawner (lays eggs on substrate), utilizing the rocky rubble to do so. It is one of the few substrate-spawning cichlid that also schools. It is not unheard of to find a school...