Can kribensis and neoLamprologus multifasciatus go in a 25 gallon long ??
I would say no because of the difference in ph levels. Im not sure about the salt content. Multis need high ph and salt. Kribensis much lower ph
Multies do not need salt, just fairly hard and alkaline water. Kribs need much softer and prefer slightly acid water. There are also behavioral incompatibilities. I would not combine the two.
Then why do they sale tanganyika salt?
Is it just to sale me something I dont need? Running low on it so let me know if your positive about not needing salt please.
I never used it, my well water is almost liquid rock, so my Tangs were perfectly happy with it. The so-called "salts" that they sell aren't sodium chloride, they are a mix of minerals that are natural to the lake. Some folks have extremely soft water from the tap, and they would need to harden it up for Tanganyikan fish. The same effect can be had by filtering through crushed coral or dolomite.
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