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Molly Dalmatian

The molly fish is easy to breed and care for.  Referred to as “Mollies” most commonly.  They have the unique ability to live in both freshwater and saltwater if acclimated slowly.

MALES: Pointed anal fin and a much larger dorsal fin
FEMALES: Rounded anal fin including a pregnancy spot on the fin.

This is a livebearer fish that requires the correct habitat for them to grow well and live a healthy happy life. Their aquarium should be planted as densely as possible, or have a thick mat of plants to use as habitat. There are related products that will help you choose the right plants for these fish below. Having a thick group of floating plants in the corner of the aquarium will promote healthy rearing of the new young frye offering protection and refuge! Every 60-70 days the female may give birth to young frye that are a couple millimeters long. Parents WILL eat their young if the babies do not have a hiding spot in plants. Many hobbyisist use livebearing fish such as these Mollies, Swordtails, Platys and Guppies as a natural, healthy source of LIVE food for other fish such as puffers, pacu, and all cichlids to consume.