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Old 04-22-2012, 06:38 PM   #1
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Mollys... NEED INFO

Soy friend has a pair of mollies that have already breed once n she has fattened up again .. How long do they carry their babies?
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Old 04-22-2012, 06:42 PM   #2
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Soy friend has a pair of mollies that have already breed once n she has fattened up again .. How long do they carry their babies?
Here are some pictures of her today
Every 3-4 weeks they will drop they will do this 3-4 times the amount of fry will get smaller as more batches come.
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So does it look like she's about to give birth?
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So does it look like she's about to give birth?
She looks pretty square so soon (1-2weeks maybe?) if you can see a faint gravid spot to she will be close!
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She looks pretty square so soon (1-2weeks maybe?) if you can see a faint gravid spot to she will be close!
Faint gravid spot? That that mean?
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She looks pretty square so soon (1-2weeks maybe?) if you can see a faint gravid spot to she will be close!
Faint gravid spot? What's that mean
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A gravid spot is a darker spot around the anus. Or if your Fishie momma is dark colored. ( can't see into the scales) the. You'll have to watch her shape. See the thread in my signature, it has pictures and info on raising fry
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