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Old 01-27-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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How do i know my molly fish is close to having her babies?

How do i know my molly fish is close to having her babies? On her butt area its white(shes completly black) shes been pooping a lot since last night. She is big i just got her and i have no idea how far along she is or any of that.. Any advice or details would be great thank you!
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Old 01-27-2012, 10:27 PM   #2
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Some fish hide,swim frantically up and down to get babys out. That's when you know they are going to give birth.
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Old 01-27-2012, 11:23 PM   #3
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Some fish hide,swim frantically up and down to get babys out. That's when you know they are going to give birth.
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Also mollies tend to square off in other words their belly looks like it is becoming a square shape.
Here are some pictures what there belly will look like as time progresses.
http://www.fishforums.net/index.php?...p-to-the-next/
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When there bellies square off.I have 4mollies.they have had 3 lots off babies an I did not c them given birth.I think they have them in the dark when everything is calm.one Mornin u will wake with babies.get them out asap as mum an the others will eat them
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Also mollies tend to square off in other words their belly looks like it is becoming a square shape.
Here are some pictures what there belly will look like as time progresses.
http://www.fishforums.net/index.php?...p-to-the-next/
Mine is a balloon molly but go threw my pictures. I have pictures of her.
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Wow that link helped me out a lot!! It is exactly what i have been looking for and especially since i have 2 Creamcicle Lyretails!!
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Wow that link helped me out a lot!! It is exactly what i have been looking for and especially since i have 2 Creamcicle Lyretails!!
I'm glad I was able to help!
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Wow that link helped me out a lot!! It is exactly what i have been looking for and especially since i have 2 Creamcicle Lyretails!!
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has the molly had her fry yet?
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