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Old 10-28-2011, 09:11 PM   #1
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We have babies lol

We have babies, I dont know if they r molly or guppy babies tho. We bought some guppies three days ago and now we have babies swmming in the tank. Is there a way to tell the babies apart, if they r mollies or guppies!
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We might be able to tell if you post a picture
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We might be able to tell if you post a picture
They was just born so it's hard to see them I will try to get pic tho.
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I usually have to wait til mine are close to a month old to be able to tell the guppy, molly, or Platy fry apart I have some now that are only 2 weeks old but I know they are platy because they are showing some color already you could look for things like that but they probably need to be a little bit older but take pics and we will give it a try for you never hurts to try
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I usually have to wait til mine are close to a month old to be able to tell the guppy, molly, or Platy fry apart I have some now that are only 2 weeks old but I know they are platy because they are showing some color already you could look for things like that but they probably need to be a little bit older but take pics and we will give it a try for you never hurts to try
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