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Old 09-15-2010, 04:55 PM   #1
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Mollies in SW tank

I currently have 2 FW/SW mollies in my tank for the past week and a half. They were meant to be food for my Antenneta lion, but he's not that interested in them right now. He ate the ghost shrimp (10 in a 3 day window) but isn't interested in the mollies. He'll stalk them, but lost interest and return to his cave.

Will mollies have any ill effects on my tank ?? Other than them being ugly and always poo'in they are not bothering anything and in fact they are great algea grazers.

I was thinking of kinda depriving my lionfish of food until he gets hungry enough to eat them. Does that sound like a start, or should I continue on the ghost shrimp ??
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