|Common name||Lemon cichlid, Lemon Lamprologus
|Scientific name||Neolamprologus leleupi|
|Origin||Lake Tanganyika, E.Africa|
|Tank setup||Rocky tank, with sand substrate.|
|Compatibility||Not for the community tank, keep with similar Tanganyikan cichlids|
|Water chemistry||Hard and alkaline: pH 7.6-9.0, GH 12-18, KH 14-20|
|Feeding||Carnivorous, but will accept most foods|
|Sexing||The sexes are difficult to distinguish.|
|Breeding||Cave spawners. Around 100 adhesive eggs are laid and guarded by the female.
The male guards the territory.|
|Comments||Allow pairs to form from a group. Males can be aggressive when breeding.