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Old 03-22-2014, 07:45 PM   #1
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molly or platy fry?

For the past month every time we clean our tank we find fry. The first four all look the same but today we found one that looked different. The four are transparent with a yellow-orange tint and the new one is black and silver. All are roughly the same size.
My question for you guys is whats the difference between Molly fry and platy fry.
Also none of my adult fish are getting any smaller so I don't know who the mom is.is this normal?
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