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Old 04-10-2010, 07:01 PM   #1
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Molly Fry

Another Molly had some fry. Wasn't the one that I thought was ready to give birth. She had about 23 of them, and I was able to save 19. Still can belief how tiny they are.
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Congrats. Very cute! I like how they all fit in your measuring cup. haha How frequently do mollies give birth?
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Aw congrats!

You think they're tiny, you should have seen my firemouth fry. Itty bitty lil guys. Only way we knew we had fry was the sand looked like it was vibrating.
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Ahh! Congratz
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My Molly had fry (lyretail dreamcycle) I have no male so must have bought her prego. How long does it take to see the Lyre tail effect right now they look standard. Again not sure of males pedagry
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LT fry?

My Molly had fry (lyretail dreamcycle) I have no male so must have bought her prego. How long does it take to see the Lyre tail effect right now they look standard. Again not sure of males pedagry
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Congrats on the molly.
Molly fry are rather big. Platy and guppy are smaller. Beta (which grows to the size of mollies) are tiny..... like dots in the water.
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