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Old 04-01-2018, 10:26 AM   #1
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Female or male Mollies???

My dalmation looks pregnant but i just started keeping mollies and would like to know what i have male or female for both the silver molly and dalmation
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Here is a drawing on the second pic for better ability for you to tell. You should be able to ID whether it has a gonopodium.

https://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonopodium
Also check the fish water parameters, they do not look very well. The fins are clamped some, could mean a problem with water and could mean sick fish.

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Both are females. They will have a black spot in the back of the belly. And start looking very large. If/ when they are pregnant. Don't look like she is yet. Good luck.
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Definitely both female...
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