How to feed molly fish to get them breeding?

To encourage molly fish to breed, it is important to provide them with a healthy and varied diet. A varied diet will help to ensure that the fish are receiving all of the nutrients they need to support the breeding process. Some good options for feeding molly fish to encourage breeding include: Live or frozen foods: Live or frozen foods

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Common molly fish diseases and how to treat them

Molly fish, like all fish, are prone to a variety of diseases. Common diseases that affect molly fish Ich (Ichthyophthirius multifiliis): This is a common parasitic disease that is characterized by white spots on the fish’s skin and fins. It is caused by a single-celled parasite that invades the fish’s skin and gills. Fin rot: This is a bacterial disease

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Feeding Mollies

molly fish feeding

Beginners guide for feeding Mollies What is good food for Mollies? What do mollies eat? Just flakes and thats it? We are going to look at some of the good and the bad. It is important that you are feeding right food and right amount to your mollies. Otherwise your precious mollies will end up getting sick or even worse.

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Baby Mollies

baby mollies

How to care for your newborn Baby Mollies You got baby mollies! Good job! Everybody loves baby mollies. They are fun to watch and gives more life to your aquarium. But what to do with baby mollies? How to feed them? Here’s some basic information and tips to get you started. Tank The pregnant molly is supposed to be isolated into

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Choosing tank size for Mollies

Molly fish, commonly known as mollies are some of the most beautiful aquarium fish one can keep. There are several breeds in the market such as black molly, the balloon belly molly, and the Dalmatian molly among others. Regardless of their breeds, the care issues such as the tank size requirements and the feeding are basically the same. However, when

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Molly Fish General Information

Molly Fish Molly (Poecilia Sphenops) originates from Argentina, Brazil, Africa, the U. S. Virgin Islands and Venezuela. Robert John Lechmere Guppy discovered Mollies in 1866. Mollies don’t lay eggs they give birth to living young. Molly fish are some of the most popular aquarium fish and most aquarium hobbyists have at one time at least had one of these attractive and

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