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Neolamprolagus Multifasciatus "multies"

So I was fortunate enough last week to aquire a small colony of multies. So far they have been a joy to have. I did what research I could before excepting the offer. I have currently 12-15 of them (depending on how fast their moving/hiding) in a 29g species tank. I have I think 12 shells in the tank, they might be one or two more buried. The tank is different everyday! Anyways, all I have to go with right now is internet articles, and we all know how good (or not!) they can be. I read its recommended to have more than one shell per fish. Anyone have any expirience with these little guys? Does it have to be shells or is there anything else I can give them?

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