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Old 02-08-2015, 04:28 PM   #1
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24K Gold Mollie.

Does anyone have experience on 24KGold Mollies. I have a few questions about them. I think this is a female is it? If it is is it pregnant? They are in a 37 gal tank 6 gold tetras with them. Thanks
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Old 02-08-2015, 04:43 PM   #2
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24K Gold Mollie.

Yes, both are females and both appear to be pregnant. 😉

We're these photos taken right after a feeding?


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they look pregnant! was it taken after a feeding?
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they are pregnant about 1-2 weeks in i keep 24k mollies, they were breed by me. so, trust me i know, you could get more fish in that take but you could wait, until they give birth then you can keep most of the fry. and get a male, a black or silver or dalmatian will breed with a female gold so color doesn't mater i breed mine with some black and there really cool looking.
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they are pregnant about 1-2 weeks in i keep 24k mollies, they were breed by me. so, trust me i know, you could get more fish in that take but you could wait, until they give birth then you can keep most of the fry. and get a male, a black or silver or dalmatian will breed with a female gold so color doesn't mater i breed mine with some black and there really cool looking.
Hybrids like above are fun to mess with, both are females and appear to be 1-2 weeks into pregnancy if this is how they usually look.
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The mollies are about 1-2weeks from delivering? Cool. Is the mo;;y you have in the pix a cross breed? Good looking molly.
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