Gold Ocellatus "Shell Dweller"
Lamprologus ocellatus gold
( 1.25"" )Premium Unsexed
|Stage 1 Males Showing Some Color||
14 in stock
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One of the most common and beautiful of the shelldwellers, ‘Lamprologus’ ocellatus comes in a variety of forms. The beautiful gold variant, which can range into a strong orange or, unfortunately, down to a muddy, jaundiced shade is the most common, but there are also “blue” or “purple” types and a yellow-finned variety. Black ocellatus and pearly ocellatus are not the same species, though; they’re L. speciosus and L. stappersi, respectively.