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Old 04-05-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Molly babies

Is it possible for my sailfin to get a female sailfin and a normal Molly pregnant?
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Yes very possible. Mollies are a genus of fish from the Poeciliidae family, any fish in this family can interbreed such as Mollies x Guppies, Guppies x Guppies, and of course Mollies x Mollies. What cannot cross would be Guppies x Platies and Mollies x Platies. Platies are from a different family.
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Ah okay haha think I will be having a few fry soon :/
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