My dalmation molly only had one fry?
The fry looks a lot like the golden panda molly I had, so I am not sure if it is her fry or the other molly's fry? I noticed to fry about a week after the golden panda molly died. The chances of me not noticing the fry earlier are VERY small, I spend a lot of time with my aquarium, and I am sure I would have noticed it earlier.
One month later, under the assumption that my dalmation molly was not going to give birth to any more fry, she birthed 20+ adorable fry. A great majority of them are still alive and doing well!
The first thing I noticed is that the first fry looks WAY different than the other fry. He was born with a distinctive color pattern and looks pretty DECENT SIZED for a newborn. The molly's that were just born all seem to have either of 3 color patterns, black, brown, or white.
I'm sure over time they will develop the spoting of a damlmation molly, but my question is if I should keep an extra eye on the first fry? I noticed he is sort of ignored by the other fry, and he is always doing his own thing. He is one of the more active of the fry, but I just wanted to get someone's feedback?