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Mollies have long been a standard freshwater tropical aquarium fish. They are excellent starter fish. They get along with most all other tropical fish. They are active. They are 'Live Bearers', which means they 'deliver' baby fish and do not lay eggs. They are fun to watch and educational for kids. These are young Silver Mollies, although the females do not have a high dorsal fin like the males. They are between 1.5"-2" long. They will do well in larger aquariums with many different types of tropical fish, or in a 10 gal. tank with a few other tropicals. It is recommended that you have about a tablespoon of salt(non iodized) to your aquariums water to help fend off infections and disease.


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However, fish of the same species have been found in coastal sea waters, brackish swamps and freshwater streams, living and breeding. Mollies appear to be a hardy and highly adaptable species (this has been diluted over years of interbreeding in tank-bred specimens).

Mollies are similar in appearance to their livebearer cousins, the platy and swordtail, although the molly tends to be slightly larger and more energetic. Many aquarists note the stronger individuality and aggression in keeping mollies versus platies, who appear much more docile.


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Wild caught Blue variatus or Blue Platy.  These wonderful fish will get to about 2" in length. They are a deep bodied live bearing fish. they have a omnivorous diet, but will prefer to much on algae.  Peaceful for your community aquarium. They are very active at all levels of the water column.


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The red-tailed black shark (Epalzeorhynchos bicolor; syn. Labeo bicolor), also known as the redtail shark and redtail sharkminnow, is a species of freshwater fish in the carp family, Cyprinidae. It is endemic to Thailand and currently critically endangered, but common in aquaria, where it is prized for its deep black body and vivid red or orange tail. The red-tailed black sharks seen in the aquarium trade today are all captive bred. It is not closely related to sharks.


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