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Old 03-17-2006, 06:18 AM   #1
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Is my fish pregnant?

this is my molly. at the pet store it said balloon mollies, but the other two arent fat like this one is. i have a white female and a black male as well as this silver female. the silver one was chunkier then the other two when i got her. im a noobie so i dont know what to do if theres eggs layed.
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Frist off mollie are livebarriers. They will have full free swimming babys. Sometimes as many as 50 in a fry. Secound that is a ballon molloy so changes are she's just already got the full belly. You can tell with mollie if the anual area starts to get squared around the aual fin and the brith tube. From the picture I'd say no on the pregant
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