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Old 08-03-2012, 03:42 PM   #1
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Release Day - Molly Fry back to Main Tank

I just released my molly fry into the normal tank rather than a breeder box. Anyone have any suggestions on what to watch out for with the babies? I don't want them to be harmed.
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Add lots of small hiding spots for them.. a bunch of the fake grass will work good
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The fry should be fine as long as there is enough hiding spots for them (IME hornwort works the best)
And as long as they are not small enough to fit in the adults mouth.
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