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Old 10-05-2004, 12:32 AM   #1
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Molly Fry

i had molly fry and i want new fish.My mom said not to get new fish becuz the new fish will eat the fry.i don't know what to do.Pls help me
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i also have my new fish with my other fish in mai brac tank.
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Old 10-06-2004, 02:17 AM   #3
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In my experience with molly fry, unless you put them in a seperate tank or breeding net, the fish will eat quite a bit of them. You can pick up the breeding nets for around $5 at petsmart. My mollies have around 80 each time, and without separating the fry, I only have about 20 left.
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ok but i don't really know they are mollies because i just saw them there when i got back from vacation.Since i had a male and a female molly i ifered that they a babies.
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What other fish are in the tank? How large are the fry? Do the fry look like mini Mollies?
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well i have 2 butterfly gobies 2 clown gobies 1 bb goby they don't really look like mollies kinda more like feeder guppy fry
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kinda more like feeder guppy fry
From what I understand about gobies, they need FW to spawn and since they are egg layers, the fry would be tiny.
You didn't have guppies in the tank before, did you?
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