I had a Dalmatian Molly back when I first got my tank started. She was very nice. Unfortunately, she died due to unknown causes. I only had her for like 3 weeks. To replace her, I got a male. His name was Bull. He got that name because he bullied the other fish in the tank. Bull wasn't nice. I don't buy Dalmatian Mollies anymore because I'm afraid that they'll end up like Bull. I gave him to my sister, and then he died. He got sucked to the filter tube. But, they can be nice. I just don't like buying them because I don't want what happened with Bull to happen again. He did, however spawn with my black lyretail molly and I got a fry out of the deal. She is very happy and healthy, and she must have acquired her mother's attitude, because she is very nice and wouldn't hurt a fly.
I need help with a dalmation molly - Tropical Fish Forum . Net
The Dalmatian Molly prefers a tank of at least 30 gallons, densely planted with plenty of strong plants such as Java fern, Sagittaria, Vallisneria and Anubias. They require a good filtration system because of their hearty appetites. The Dalmatian Molly is well suited for the community tank because of its peaceful nature, and is compatible with other peaceful, large fish that can withstand hard water. They may pursue their young and the young of the other fish.
Molly fish are some of the coolest aquarium fish on the planet
I woke up one morning to 5 new baby fish. I have no idea who the mother is. I didn't know any of my fish were pregnant. I have them in a breeding container now, and they are just the cutest things. I feed them ground up flake food. I place the food in a plastic baggy, grind it up, then dip one end of a toothpick into the tank water, and then into the powdered food. I then dip that end back into the water right in front of the babies and they gobble it up! All I need to know now is who their mother is? I have 2 white mollies, 1 orange molly, and 1 dalmation molly. I wonder what the babies will look like? I have more fish in this aquarium as well: , , , both male and female, , ... It remains a mystery! But a fun one!
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