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Old 03-21-2014, 11:29 PM   #1
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New Molly frys help !!

Ok so I was feeding my fish and I saw a baby in their so I tried getting it but my Molly ate it so I kept on looking and I was able to find 8 they are currently in a betta cup but will get transferred to a 1 gallon tank , so my question is in their care I am new to the frys

-What do u feed them I currently feed my fish blood worms

-Any tips

- Do u think the rest good be in my tank somewhere cuz my fish are at the bottoms patrolling and I found them most under the gravel

- how often do I clean the tank ?
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Old 03-22-2014, 02:57 AM   #2
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I fed mine flakes that I crushed into powder.
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Old 03-22-2014, 08:51 AM   #3
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Oh arii can I do that with bloodworms or no? And I found the 9th little guy today in the morning
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Here's what I feed my fry.


Morning- powdered flakes
Afternoon- frozen blood worms
Night- a mixture of frozen blood worms and frozen brine shrimp.
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Can I just use the normal blood worms ?
And also how offen should I feed them and clean their tank
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Can I just use the normal blood worms ?
And also how offen should I feed them and clean their tank

Yes normal is fine. I feed mine three times per day, and a variety of foods make then grow faster. Does your fry's tank have a filter?
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Well not yet I will get it today I have them in 1 gallon currently
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Old 03-22-2014, 11:58 AM   #8
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New Molly frys help !!

Do they need a filter though can they live without one if I change their water every 2 days ? And how do u feed them with bloodworms do u crush them ?
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