Brian P Posted November 25, 2020 Share Posted November 25, 2020 Turns out my 4 mollies are not males after all. I knew my two black mollies were male due to their pointed gonopodia's. My two Dalmation mollies don't have pointed gonopodia's but appear to have more rounded anal fins. One is definitely bigger and rounder, so I had suspected she was a she, but has been in the tank for almost 4 months and no babies. I just noticed babies in the tank a tonight. They are very cute. I changed two things recently. First was giving my fish (4 mollies and 20 neon tetras) live baby brine shrimp once or twice a week. The second was putting some floating plants in the tank. The babies are hiding in the floating plants. I have not gotten a count yet, but there are more than seven. I crushed some flake food and they ate it, so that's good. I fired up the BBS maker so I can feed them tomorrow night. Since I had no plans to have babies, I will just let nature take it's course. If they make it and grow up, I will have to find homes for the little ones. Any advice would be appreciated. What an amazing day. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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